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Introduction To Hospitality: Events And Cruises

Subject : hospitality
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1. Popular in Europe and China - go to major rivers and stop in major cities






2. Smaller boats 200-700 people - more exotic destinations - (Sea Goddess - Sea Bourne)






3. Board of directors (all have to be members)






4. You must rotate inventory so old things are used first






5. Food in an area (college) - please the company and guest - steady volume - easy to forecast






6. Mass - middle - luxury






7. Boats stay in one general area - usually 7 days - boats and destinations accommodate the season






8. Companies relate to topic associated with the business






9. The amount of food needed






10. The Cabazon Mission Indians in 1987






11. Usually 30 people or less - starts with a lecture Q&A at the end






12. Study feasibility to determine whether the event is economically feasible - determine wants - needs - desires - and expectations






13. Improve skills of audience - interactive - smaller






14. Theme identified - vendors - create a timeline from start to finish






15. To generate revenue from people working on the hoover dame






16. Check in - Check quality - make sure quantity is correct






17. Skychef






18. Feed children in public school better food - 2.25 average meal price - 1946






19. 6 inches from the ground






20. Freestanding business - please the guest - not easy to forecast - produce food to order






21. Organized crime by the Indians






22. Total labor cost divided by total food and beverage cost






23. Social - military - education - religious - fraternal price sensitive






24. Usually 3-6 months - smaller boats - luxury side - spend more time in port






25. Discussions by panel of experts on topic given apposing sides of topic audience can participate






26. Group of people officially connected by idea or theme






27. Least interactive panel of experts publicly discuss topic one by one






28. Rest and relaxation






29. 1900's






30. Creative aspect of event - brainstorming sessions






31. Flamingo Las Vegas in 1949






32. All aspects of club except golf






33. 15-20%






34. Take place in mexico - U.S. and europe - usually 7-9 days travel up the coast






35. Time from when concept is put together to when is actual takes place






36. 3000 room - 250-500 a day (holland america - Conard)






37. Once you have made a decision don't look back






38. Atlantic City






39. Public or private






40. Cost of Beverage sold divided by total beverage revenue times 100






41. Educational - large scale events audience learns by doing something






42. 100-300 a day - largest boats usually 4 -500 people - usually 7 day cruises (disney - carnival)






43. Research - Design - Planning - Coordination - Evaluation






44. Promote area to get convention business - payed by hotel tax






45. Meetings - incentive - conventions - expositions






46. Cost of food sold divided by revenue times 100






47. Small boats - gone for long durations - geared towards education and culture






48. 26-30 years old usually stay 3 to 4 nights - $80-85 on room - $600 on gambling






49. Total Food and beverage divided by number of guests






50. Anyone involved in the event