The year 2020 has been quite a difficult one for most of us and we can now say good bye to this roller coaster year that is finally coming to an end.
Ranch Events wants to wish you all a Happy New Year with the anticipation for better times. We want to thank you all for your continued support throughout this trying year and we look forward in helping and guiding you with any special events you will be planning in 2021.
May this New Year be full of great accomplishments and happy times. The entire Ranch team wishes you Happy New Year and we look forward in providing you with delicious menu choices and excellent service.
Corporate Event Trends
Summer is the perfect time to plan a corporate event to get everyone focused on the company and heighten morale. Between the great Southern California weather, summertime food options and with Ranch Events diverse menu choices you can’t go wrong. Check out these corporate event trends!
Themes & Food
Having a theme for your corporate event can create a lot of excitement and buzz in the office. This summer the corporate Luau seems to be a hit, guests love the Maui BBQ chicken and Kahlua Pork, not to mention it’s a perfect time to break out that Hawaiian shirt nestled in the back of your closet. If you call Ranch Events to plan your event, you will be in the right place. The food selections Ranch Events features in their Hawaiian BBQ menu includes these tasty items. As far as the Hawaiian shirt option, you are on your own!!! Other corporate favorites are old fashioned BBQs complete with tri-tip, ribs and red and white checkered tablecloths and seafood clambakes by the water! Again, Ranch Events Texas BBQ menu features tri-tip and ribs. If you love the idea of a New England clambake, Ranch Events can make that happen by planning a clambake at one of San Diego’s beautiful and scenic beaches. Ranch clients are still talking about the clambake they attended at Mission Bay, San Diego in the summer of 2015. The red and white checkered tablecloths gave the event the added touch of authenticity. You don’t need the Atlantic Ocean to have an exciting and fun clambake.