Looking to hold a corporate event in central NJ this summer and want a great deal? Look no further than the National Conference Center (NCC) located inside the Holiday Inn of East Windsor, NJ. The National Conference Center is known for its flexibility, convenience, and expertise. It offers conference facilities, professional catering, complete A/V services, and premier hotel rooms, all under one roof. To see pictures of our New Jersey facility and for more information on what the National Conference Center offers, visit the NCC website.
The National Conference Center is offering an unbelievable deal this summer that can’t be missed. All meetings held in the month of June will receive 15% off. All meetings held in the months of July and August will receive 20% off. Plus get 50% off A/V rentals. Book by April 30, 2012. The meeting must be scheduled to take place between Memorial Day and Labor Day 2012 in order to receive the discount. For more information see our flyer or call 609-443-8000 x604.
The National Conference Center is best known for its convenient location – right off Exit 8 of the New Jersey Turnpike – and for its tiered auditorium and amphitheatre, which sets it apart from other Mercer County conference centers in Princeton and Trenton. In addition, the conference center is completing a major renovation. More details will be released soon, but we encourage you to book your personal tour of the NCC today to see what’s new. Hope to see you this summer!
Guests attending the event were able to take a sneak preview into the National Conference Center’s new renovations to the amphitheatre and auditorium. These renovations include an update to our technological equipment as well as new carpeting and wall coverings to our Central NJ auditorium. Although the National Conference Center will be making its grand unveiling in May 2012, guests were able to mingle and network in a professional and spacious atmosphere.
The National Conference Center is a proud member of the Mercer County Chamber and The Princeton Regional Chamber. We invite you to take a look at some of the great photos highlighting the Business After Business Event.
Please join the Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce at the National Conference Center for March’s Business After Business Reception. Build your Mercer County NJ networking and business development skills with all the professionals there while enjoying a glass of wine and hors d’oeurves. This corporate event will also feature a sneak peek of the renovations currently taking place at the National Conference Center.
The National Conference Center is a great place to hold many different events. It has a total of 13 conference rooms that can range from 6 to 300 people in the auditorium. These rooms offer flexible set-ups, along with technological amenities such as projection and Wi-Fi. To find out more about the National Conference Center please visit our website.
The Business After Business event will take place on Wednesday March 7, 2012 from 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM. The National Conference Center is located in the Holiday Inn of East Windsor at 399 Monmouth Street, East Windsor, NJ. Early sign-ups will be entered to win a special door prize, and First Choice Bank is giving away a free Nook. To register for this event please visit the Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce website. If you have any questions please contact Kate Stevens, the NCC Sales Director, at (609) 443-8000 x.604 or at email@example.com.
A wedding is a once in a lifetime event, and with it comes a MOTHER IN LAW monster lurking in the shadows…. Ok, although the reality is not all mothers- in- law and mothers- of brides are terrors. Some moms are quite nothing short of angelic guardians who guide us all through the process of life through their infinite wisdom and unrequited love. (I love you mom!)
As we all know in New Jersey weddings, family is family and no one should be disrespectin’ nobody’s mom and brides are no exception. (So put down the claws Bridezilla). After all, part of the whole marriage process is a joining of two families and our central New Jersey wedding venues celebrate this unity of family by treating our brides as family of our own.
After seeing an article posted by OneWed featuring the What Not to Wear for MOBs and MOGs, Hotels Unlimited decided to take a crack at this (with of course a bit of sensible tongue in cheek and a drawing ability of a fifth grader, since that is how we roll here in Mercer, Monmouth, and Ocean County, NJ)
How does the bride then ask the mother in law about her attire for the big day?
After deciding on a color palette and a theme, it is time to do some dress shopping. Why not make a day of it and enjoy it? Take the mom(s) out to lunch, order a few drinks, and have a fun day of shopping together. Get to know the woman you are intending to dress and imagine what her wedding dress was once like, because she too was once in your shoes.
Some tactful ways to approach this can be covered in conversation and in the right questions:what style of dress mom wore to her wedding?, what were her wedding colors?, who was her favorite fashionista-type celebrities? Somewhere behind that mother -in-law -death- glare- of- love is a woman.
WHAT IF MY MOM…. Says she likes 80s grunge and would like to be dressed out of a combination of a dumpster and Lady Gaga? (and please, no meat dress at my wedding!!)
Although that is a tough combo to salvage, even Lady Gaga has had her classy moments that could make any woman beautiful. Show mom the Lady Gaga-esque styles that you would like and see what she thinks. Fortunately, there are enough styles and variety that it can loosely tie into the bridal theme without making the mother-monster miserable. (yes, pun was intended.)
When all else fails, at least the bride can say she tried. Although a NJ wedding is one of the biggest milestones, one has to ask the important questions of what truly matters: family. After all, remember that the family will still exist long after the wedding is over so it is best not to burn any bridges since you will be with them until death do you part.
When searching for the perfect Central NJ wedding venue, look no further than the Sterling Ballroom in the DoubleTree of Tinton Falls to suit your wedding catering needs. The Sterling Ballroom can be used for many events such as weddings, bar & bat mitzvahs, and Sweet 16 birthday parties. As one can see in our latest YouTube video below, the Sterling Ballroom can be used for both the wedding ceremony and the reception. The difference between the two set-ups is so drastic that you forget you were in the same room only moments earlier. After the ceremony, a cocktail hour takes place in the Sapphire Room while the Sterling Ballroom is transformed into a beautiful reception space. To view more wedding pictures of the Sterling Ballroom visit our website.
Tour the Sterling Ballroom by watching the Youtube video above featuring a typical wedding ceremony, and cocktail hour setup in the Sapphire Ballroom. There are many options of food displayed served by our enthusiastic workers. Hotels Unlimited invites you to take a look for yourself.
To our newly formed partners, the National Conference Center will be offering 10% off on all meetings booked before Feb. 29, 2012. It is time to ring in the new year and to do it while saving some green.
As a special thank you to our loyal patrons, we are giving back 5% for referred groups that book a meeting valued at $1000 or more at the National Conference Center.*
Whenever anyone is holding any significant Central NJ events one needs to consider the food that they will be serving to their guests. Today, we will be taking an inside look of a typical cocktail hour inside of the Crystal Ballroom inside of the Radisson of Freehold, NJ as a continuation of our Behind the Scenes of a NJ Wedding YouTube series. All of our properties have a similar menu and are committed to a standard of excellence. This cocktail reception is very versatile and can be applied to any of our wedding, bar/ bat mitzvah, sweet 16, and corporate meetings packages.
Welcome to the Atlantis Ballroom of the Holiday Inn of Toms River. This Central NJ wedding destination is an ideal location that is ten minutes to the beach but without the banquet catering prices found with venues on the water.
This behind the scenes wedding video shows the Atlantis Ballroom features including:
Veranda cocktail hour space
Ice Sculptures included in our packages
Wedding Food Displays
The Ceremony Space
The Dance Floor/ Reception Space/ Sweet Heart Table
Be sure to leave us a comment. Thanks for watching.
In honor of the wonderful year in 2011, each Hotels Unlimited property likes to host an annual Holiday Party for our loyal patrons and friends in the neighborhood. We invite you to take a look at the Versailles Ballroom of the Ramada in Toms River, and wish you the happiest for the season. For more information, please contact us at 732-905-2626 x164 or at www.versaillescaterers.com
We invite you to take a moment to reflect on the accomplishments of 2011 and celebrate with us during last night’s Mix and Mingle Holiday Jingle at the Holiday Inn of East Windsor along with the National Conference Center. We annually invite our NJ corporate events partners to celebrate with us as both a thank you and a way to warm up for the holiday season ahead.