Parties That Cook’s growth is credited to its success in staging fun, interactive cooking experiences, combined with its long-standing commitment to customer satisfaction
Seattle (Vocus) October 12, 2010
Parties That Cook®, the nation’s premier corporate team building event and private cooking party company, expanded into the Seattle market earlier this year, joining existing operations in San Francisco and Chicago. In a few short months, it has made quick work of staging fun, interactive cooking experiences, fitting for any occasion, for its Seattle-Tacoma clients.
When launching in Seattle, Parties That Cook Founder and Executive Chef Bibby Gignilliat recognized Seattle’s strong business market and resilience in the wake of the economic downturn.
“Parties That Cook’s growth is credited to its success in staging fun, interactive cooking experiences, combined with its long-standing commitment to customer satisfaction,” said Gignilliat. “Despite the economy, Seattle has consistently proven itself to be a strong business market, which made it a natural choice for expansion.”
The events foster camaraderie and collaboration in a lively culinary context, perfect for businesses looking to increase internal return on investment and productivity by working together more efficiently, boosting morale and rewarding employees. Guests have fun while learning time management, trust, and teamwork as groups meet recipe deadlines and achieve real-time results.
To get a taste of the action, Oct. 16, 7-9 p.m. Parties That Cook’s Sizzle and Swirl Cooking Class at Efeste Winery is open to the public (ages 21 and over). Tickets are $95 per person and include wine tasting, cooking instruction by professional chefs, tapas using the finest, freshest ingredients, copies of the recipes, and the camaraderie of cooking with new friends.
Parties That Cook has also redefined the holiday party with hands-on cooking events with such creative themes as:
- Sumptuous Small Plates - Gourmet Meal of Appetizers
- Chef’s Table - Four Course Themed Meal
- Kitchen Challenge - Iron Chef Competition
- Ultimate Kitchen Challenge - Corporate Training Competition
- Cooking With Cache - GPS Scavenger Hunt & Cooking Challenge
- Hands-on Cooking Classes - Holiday Classes & More
Companies booking by Oct. 31, 2010 receive an added $200 discount with mention of Parties that Cook’s holiday incentive (cannot be combined with other offers).
About Parties That Cook
Parties That Cook stages deliciously fun cooking parties and corporate team building events in private homes and professional kitchens throughout Seattle, Chicago and the San Francisco Bay Area, including San Jose and Wine Country. Founder and Executive Chef Bibby Gignilliat pioneered the in-home cooking party concept in 1999, and extended the company’s hands-on, interactive culinary events to include a wide array of corporate team building events, cooking parties and cooking classes. For more information on Parties That Cook, please visit http://www.PartiesThatCook.com or call 1-888-907-2665.
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