How to Throw a Great Thanksgiving Office Party

How to Throw a Great Thanksgiving Office Party

In the doldrums of late fall and winter, office parties are a great way to boost employee morale. With Thanksgiving Day fast approaching, the holiday provides the perfect excuse for an office party to lift everyone’s spirits.
One suggestion for the party is to make it a “potluck” party where each employee brings a dish. It provides a way for everyone to contribute to the party and makes your employees feel like they are a greater part of the party. Another suggestion is to have silly games like “Pin the Tail on the Turkey”.
Finally make the best part of your party the centerpiece with Sugar Plum’s Chocolate Kilimanjaro. A true mountain of chocolate—we start with a base of milk chocolate then we build this mountain with ten pretzel rounds, eight marshmallows, eight Oreo cookies, eight peanut butter cookies, four pretzel logs, a pile of our potato chips, and two Biscotti cookies all hand-dipped in our signature chocolate. Show your employees how much you appreciate them with this incredible centerpiece for a wonderful party.

Posted Tuesday, Nov 16  |  by Sugar Plum Chocolates

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