“Not only is this new event unique, it’s an affordable option for Calgary corporate Christmas parties and we couldn’t be more excited” said Brad Kenley, Marketing Manager at Grey Eagle.
Calgary, Alberta (PRWEB) November 06, 2014
Grey Eagle is pleased to announce a unique and affordable corporate Christmas party experience at their brand new event center this coming holiday season.
The resort and casino is offering combined company Christmas parties on two separate occasions, December 13th, 2014 and January 10th, 2015. “Not only is this new event unique, it’s an affordable option for Calgary corporate Christmas parties and we couldn’t be more excited” said Brad Kenley, Marketing Manager at Grey Eagle.
The combined Christmas parties allow organizations or individuals to attend a large event at an affordable price. Individual seats or tables can be purchased. Both events will feature live music, stand-up comedy, gourmet dinner buffet and a special appearance will be made by Santa Clause.
“It’s a great alternative for organizations to attend a large Christmas event with their employees and not have to rent an entire event space”, said Kenley. This is another reason the event is affordable and a great value. The Grey Eagle Resort and Casino is excited to present this unique event to the city of Calgary for the 2014 holiday season. They are hoping to continue this event for years to come.
Companies can attend corporate combined Christmas parties or book their own Calgary corporate Christmas party at the brand new event centre. Grey Eagle can accommodate Calgary Christmas parties whether you have 6 or 1400 attendees.
For more information visit Grey Eagle Resort and Casino or call 587-390-6939.
Grey Eagle Resort and Casino is one of Calgary’s newest entertainment destinations. They offer guests professionally organized events and entertainment in a unique environment. The property is a full service casino, hotel and event destination. They are located on the Tsuu T’ina First Nation, nestled in the beautiful backdrop of the Rocky Mountains.