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Great Wolf Lodge isn’t just for the little ones. Their conference centers also offer entertaining team-building adventures. Available at the Pocono Mountains property, The Howlers Peak Ropes Course allows teams to venture through an aerial circuit from the safety of a climbing harness. Members can cheer each other on as they cross bridges, balance on ropes and climb through obstacles.

And when it’s time to get down to business, the conference center boasts 1,450 square feet of functional space which can be configured as separate rooms or one large center. They also have the flexibility to accommodate boardroom style meetings for 10 or a multimedia presentation to handle hundreds. The center can be configured into separate rooms, and integrated audiovisual solutions, culinary excellence and a team of seasoned meeting professionals are there to create the ideal business setting.

Great Wolf Lodge is an all-suite property and features a 24-hour fitness center, Elements Day Spa, and seven dining outlets.

In England tea time is a right of passage, but here in the U.S., enjoying tea with friends or family is often reserved for special occasions.

Luckily, Pennsylvania is flush with tea rooms serving up everything from simple cream teas to delectable sandwiches, pastries and savory treats.

These tea rooms invite guests to step away from the rush of everyday life and enjoy a few hours sipping tea and enjoying the company of colleagues.

 

These interviews are part of a series that highlights new hires within the industry. Have you recently started a new role or do you know someone who has? Submit your ideas to brittany.trevick@tigeroak.com.

Randi Talmage was recently hired as sales manager at JW Marriott Grand Rapids.

1. How did you get into the industry? 

 

INSPIRATION

The texture of the Norman Arch leading into the historic Masonic Temple in Philadelphia inspired this clean, midcentury modern table.

DETAILS

This summer table fit for a special event, such as a chairman’s dinner, features a mix of midcentury design with modern elements. Carolyn Rizzo, head designer of Garnish, says this technique is easily accomplished in décor but challenging to pull off in event design.