Tuesday, May 08, 2007

Monmouth featured in Press Release by National Trust Historic Hotels of America®

Title: Time to Take FiveRelease
Date: 2007-04-26

Creative Meeting Breaks and Team-Building Activities at National Trust Historic Hotels of America®

WASHINGTON, D.C., April 26, 2007—

Make history at your next meeting with a memorable break or team-building activity at National Trust Historic Hotels of America. Members of Historic Hotels of America have played host to every type of event—from meetings that have forever influenced national and world events to intimate weddings and family reunions. But often what happens outside the meeting doors is what attendees remember most.

For those looking to make a meeting stand out from the crowd, consider these creative ideas from some of America’s foremost meeting sites.

Monmouth Plantation in Natchez, Miss., celebrates the Old South with “The Garden Party Break.” Attendees can step outside the meeting room into the break courtyard with a splashing fountain and bursts of floral color. Guests can sit and relax on the wicker and wrought iron chairs or leisurely stroll through the lovely winding pathways. Traditional refreshments of iced tea and lemonade or champagne and mint juleps are passed on a silver tray. For a livelier break, a Dixieland Jazz Band can provide entertainment.


1 comment:

Ros said...

Good post.