(From left) Dee Stevens, Aly Palmer and Sandi Lute get ready and into the theme for Monday night’s Business After Hours.
(From left) Dee Stevens, Aly Palmer and Sandi Lute get ready and into the theme for Monday night’s Business After Hours.

Business enjoys taste of Italy

EACH day they show customers the countries of the world, and on Monday they will whisk Rose City residents away to have a taste of Italy at their store.

The staff at Harvey World Travel, Warwick, invites business leaders to an Italian Feast on Palmerin Street for the monthly Business After Hours function.

With 50 reservations already made organiser Aly Palmer is ready for a massive night, where guests will have the opportunity to taste authentic Italian food.

“We are Italian so we are getting our Italian family (Frankies on the Green) to cook for the event with tasty delights from gnocchi, stuffed mushrooms, avancini balls with plenty more,” Ms Palmer said.

To add to the red, green and white decor there will be a talented Italian singer who will set the scene for an Italian adventure.

“We are essentially a new team here now, and it’s important we introduce our team to Warwick,” Ms Palmer said.

“We book a lot of business trips as well; it’s not always just holidays, we cater for corporate as well.”

Ms Palmer said it would be a great night, and to remember to bring a warm coat as the event would be on their patio.

Business After Hours is a joint Warwick Chamber of Commerce and Warwick Daily News initiative and aims to help the business community network.

Details

Where: Harvey World Travel 80a Palmerin Street.

When: Monday from 5.45pm.

Businesses interested in hosting BAH in the future should contact Peter Read on 46601302.



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