BHP hosts Christmas bash for local businesses

The Broken Hill Pub (BHP) will be hosting an end-of-year Christmas Party on Saturday, December 16 from 5pm for local business owners.

In an invitation to local business owners cited by the Truth, the BHP said they wish “to thank you all for a great year and in saying that, we want you to join us for an exclusive night to unwind and celebrate the year with us for a special closed off night where you can have a good time with your colleagues and also network with other great business people.”

Different packages have been made available for group bookings, and tables of up to 10 people can be booked, with bookings for larger tables subject to availability.

The deluxe package, at $65 per head per hour, will allow for unlimited selected drinks, a share platter, and unlimited cocktails.
The base package, at $50 per head per hour, will allow for unlimited selected drinks, and a share platter.

Both packages are available for a minimum of three hours, but additional hours are available to purchase as well.

Jade Gregory, the Assistant Manager of the BHP, confirmed the event will be strictly for those aged 18+, and RSVP’s will be required by December 1.

Ms Gregory noted, “the reason why we are doing this is because it’s something different and new for the community.”

“We have such a big area to offer people and rather than doing small Christmas Parties for each business, we thought why not bring everyone together for one big night where we can all get together and unwind from the big year we’ve had,” she added.

The networking opportunity, Ms Gregory noted, will also be a benefit to small business owners and their staff.

While this event will be the first-of-its-kind for the BHP, Ms Gregory mentioned that they have already received a great level of interest, “so it’s something we’d love to continue to do each year.”

RSVPs can be made to Ms Gregory via [email protected].

PICTURE: Max and Courtney from the BHP will be keen to greet local business owners at the Christmas Dinner. 

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