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Crowne Plaza Auckland Showcases Ballroom

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Crowne Plaza Auckland Showcases Ballroom


Auckland, 10 March 2014: Crowne Plaza Auckland showcased its refurbished ballroom now equipped with new leading technology, to a group of impressed PCO’s, corporate clients and Tourism New Zealand representatives this week.

The 60 guests were treated to a sneak preview of how new state-of-the-art wireless AV equipment, including wireless projectors, can enhance a conference or event. More leading edge technology is also available in the meeting rooms with interactive projectors.

Area and Sales Marketing Director Intercontinental Group, Franck Hesse says, “Crowne Plaza is the first hotel in Auckland to offer this technology to its MICE clients and everyone was very impressed. It certainly stimulated conference and event bookings, which is great.”

Guests were treated to delicious selection of nibbles prepared by the hotel chef, local wine back dropped by two towering macaroon centerpieces before being whisked off to musical Mamma Mia at the nearby at the Civic.

Guests loved the evening - Robyn Sykes, Canon, “Your new additions to the ballroom certainly showcase it and will be such a great asset, and I look forward to working with the Crowne Plaza team in the future.”

Sue Western, IAG, “Thank you so much for your generous hospitality and entertainment. I thought the catering was superb, and really showcased the hotel’s high standards of presentation.”

Brendan Drury - Managing Director, Orbit Corporate Travel, “A huge thanks to you and your team for the event. It was a lot of fun and great to see some new innovation at Crowne Plaza –the partnership with Vidcom definitely looks like a strong proposition.”
Come and experience it yourselves at Crowne Plaza Auckland. Chef Adrian and the Crowne Meetings Team at the hotel are looking forward to working side by side with you to create the next successful event.

For bookings contact Amy Vogel on +64 9 375 4902 or via email eventsales1@crowneplazaauckland.co.nz or visit www.crowneplazaauckland.co.nz


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