(PRWEB) June 14, 2012
In a recent interview, Eammon Hamilton, Managing Director of unique events venue, Red Scooter, discussed the points of difference that he believes has made the business the success it is today. One of these was embracing a New York feel.
The Melbourne event venue has created a name for itself for delivering unique events that are styled to suit each occasion - whether it is a corporate event, a wedding or school formal. Creativity, Mr Hamilton believes, is the only common element in Red Scooter events, although many embrace the company’s love of New York chic.
“When businesses and individuals want to hold memorable Melbourne functions, they are increasingly turning to Red Scooter - because they know that we offer something very different to other venues” said Mr Hamilton. “We love glitz and glamor, and thrive on themed events.”
“There is no doubt that we strive for a New York vibe - an exciting, colorful, sparkling melting pot of cultures, cuisine and decor.”
Red Scooter combines versatile room layouts that can accommodate from 130 to 330 people for dinner, and its reputation for superb styling and attention to detail grows with each event: school formals, weddings, bat/bar mitzvahs, anniversary parties and corporate receptions.
“Our styling team works with passion to ensure that unique events are created for each client, and our Head Chef continually evolves the menus, always with an eye on sustainability” said Mr Hamilton. “The Red Scooter team is by far its biggest asset.”
Red Scooter has been named a finalist and/or winner in the Restaurant & Catering Awards (2003, 2005, 2004, 2008, 2010, 2011), Meetings and Events Awards (2006, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011).
For more information about booking a unique event at Red Scooter, visit RedScooter.com.au
About Eammon Hamilton and Red Scooter
Eammon is the Managing Director and driver of the development of Red Scooter.
The venue was originally an opportunity for cheap accommodation and when he and three mates moved in to the warehouse in September 1993, they had no idea that they were about to build a future in the same building. Eammon’s natural flair for hospitality and entrepreneurship rose to the occasion and by 1995, Eammon and his colleagues were holding private dinner parties for friends. Word spread and more than friends became interested. From there, through hard work, energy and persistence, the Red Scooter we know today developed. Today, over 2,000 functions later, Red Scooter is a great reflection of Eammon and the Hamilton family’s life passions – the event spaces are aptly named after his daughter - Madisson, the family pet - Dakota, and the entire space referred to as the ‘Hamilton’ Room. A new ceremony space, The Ethan Room, named for Eammon’s son, has just been completed.
Eammon’s other passion in life is sustainability and the environment – something that is woven throughout Red Scooter’s operations.
Learn more about holding unique events at Red Scooter at RedScooter.com.au