Hotel launches luncheon club
A TOWN centre hotel has launched the first lunch club for businesses in Letchworth.
The initiative is being driven by the Broadway Hotel & Carvery, which hopes local firms will join the club and help foster closer business links.
Membership of the club is free and will entitle a firm’s employees to enjoy a great value lunch and a soft drink, tea or coffee for an all-inclusive price of £5.
Customers will be able to choose from a carvery meal, featuring sweet mustard glazed gammon, roast turkey or topside of beef together with a wide range of vegetables
A selection of carved meats with new potatoes and salad or a freshly-made sandwich or baguette (seven fillings to choose from) with seasoned fries and garnished salad.
The lunch club will operate between 12 -2.30pm Mondays to Fridays.
Basia Krol, managing partner at the Broadway Hotel & Carvery, hopes the club will encourage dialogue between companies and says it is also a way of thanking local businesses for their support.
She added: "The sandwiches and salad bars are really popular during the warmer months and we have now opened our terrace for outside dining, which we hope local business people will enjoy."
Basia and her functions co-ordinator Mark Beer have already started distributing cards to businesses in the town centre and at the Spirella business centre.
Letchworth businesses that would like to join and take advantage of a great lunchtime offer can contact the hotel management team, which will issue the Lunch Club Business Cards. The cards are free and valid until 7 September 2012.
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