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Introduction To Hospitality: Meetings Gaming

Subject : hospitality
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1. A traditional table game in which the winning hand totals closet to nine

2. A general term that refers to a career path in the growing field of special events

3. Clinic-Forum -Seminar-Symposium -Workshop

4. Social - military - educational - religious and fraternal groups

5. The dollars wagered - or bet; often confused with win. Whenever a customer places a bet - the handle increases by the amount of the bet. The handle is not affected by the outcome of the bet

6. A small group led by a facilitator or trainer

7. Large audience that does not need notes

8. Meeting setup is instructional - workshop style

9. All expense paid trips to exotic locations - attend motivational meetings

10. Country Clubs -City Clubs -Professional Clubs -Social -Athletic -Dining -University -Military -Yacht -Fraternal -Proprietary

11. Workshop-type educational experience in which attendees learn by doing

12. A free or reduced price trip given to travel agents - travel writers - or other intermediaries to promote destination

13. Dollars own by the gaming operation from its customers. The net spending of customers on gaming

14. Total payments received for goods and services

15. A nongovernmental - nonprofit agency serving the public

16. Potential visitor

17. The process of achieving unity of action among interdependent activities

18. Hold majority of meetings - led by volunteers - share common interest - pay own way

19. An event whose purpose is to raise funds for a group or charity

20. Refreshment of strength and spirits after work; a means of diversion

21. Small number of people - meeting takes place around one block rectangular table

22. Came about in the 1920 and 1930 when recreation and social programs were offered as a community service

23. A system of accounts used in the hospitality industry whereby all accounts have the same type of coding and all accounting procedures are done the same way

24. The establishment of standards for each product - determined by the purchaser. For example meat's product specification includes cut - weight - size - and percentage of fat

25. Little to no prepared questions

26. Product - place - price - promotion

27. Document used by meeting planner - manager - and meeting staff - has name date and contact person for meeting

28. Procedures that govern the legal operation of establishments that sell measured alcoholic beverages

29. Two different types equity and nonequity

30. Indian Gaming Regulatory Act of 1988. Provides a framework by which games are conducted to protect both the nations and tribes and the general public

31. Designed to teach specific skills through hands on practice

32. Planned events that are often themed to the celebration's purpose

33. Annual meetings - sales meetings - new product launching - training meetings - workshops - etc

34. Refers to one subset of the gaming industry - that is - the casino industry.

35. An event held mainly to promote informational exchanges among trade people. A large exhibition in which the presentation is the main attraction - as well as being a source of revenue for an exhibitor

36. An individual who is responsible for planning an event from start to finish

37. A card game in which participants play against each other instead of the casino

38. Allows industries to gain corporate/professional certification by passing tests

39. Involves professionals and organizations who serve groups such as those with mental illness - mental retardation or physical challenges

40. An individual who coordinates every detail of meetings and conventions

41. People join these because they are places to gather for social - recreational - professional and fraternal reasons.

42. Often called eco- or adventure tourism - provides residents and visitors with access to an area's spectacular wilderness through a variety of guided outdoor activities. Provided on a fee-for-service basis - with a focus on experiences associated with

43. Harrah's Entertainment. They operate 40 casinos in three countries

44. Cater to members by offering food and beverage meeting space and recreation facilities - downtown/suburban area

45. Small groups of the market with defined characteristics

46. Have club house - golf course - and other recreational facilities

47. Recreation designed to accommodate persons with disabilities

48. A generic term referring to any size business or professional meeting being held in one specific location and the group of members who assemble to accomplish a specific goal

49. A large meeting place

50. The net amount of spending by the customer