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Make Breaks Count: Healthy and Creative Catering

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You’ve seen that look before. A few hours after attendees have been in a meeting, their eyes start to glaze over, heads nod, arms stretch, and watches or phones get checked. Yes, it’s time for snacks and a mental break to freshen up the brain cells.

In truth, meeting breaks are a golden time for networking and catching up on everyday life with colleagues. So how do you make those precious 15-30 minutes tasty and memorable? We’ve gathered ideas about healthy, local and highly interesting treats so groups have something to look forward to when snack time rolls around.

Sheraton Denver Downtown Hired New Director of Sales

Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel recently hired Sean McNamara as director of sales. His new role will include directing the sales department, putting strategies into action and driving meetings and events business.

McNamara graduated from the University of Colorado at Boulder with a degree in sales and marketing. Prior to getting into the hospitality industry, McNamara wore many hats and held positions in industries like marketing, client services, media production, publishing and financial services.

A Western Slope Food Journey with Sheraton Denver Downtown Chefs

What happens when you meet up with two chefs and the food and beverage director from the Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel, Colorado’s largest hotel (1,231 hotel rooms, 82 suites and 133,000 square feet of meeting and event space) on a food journey to find some of the Western Slope’s best growers and food producers? You catch a glimpse of how a large property is dialing into local for groups and leisure travelers and how a food team works together to brainstorm and make buying decisions.

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