Close-Out Party: CUISINART TAKES A BREAK UNTIL OCTOBER 13

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By anguillian September 7, 2012 09:07

Close-Out Party: CUISINART TAKES A BREAK UNTIL OCTOBER 13

 

Staff of CuisinArt Golf Resort & Spa

Italia, one of four restaurants being operated by CuisinArt Golf Resort and Spa, was crowded to capacity on Monday, September 3, when the hotel closed its operations for the 2011/2012 tourist season with a mass party and gift-giving event.

 

“We had a lot of challenges, but we accomplished a lot in the past ten months,” General Manager, Stephane Zaharia, told the staff and a number of other persons. He listed the accomplishments as having been the acquisition of the golf course project and club house; the opening of two new restaurants; room renovations; and the employment of 120 additional staff members, bringing the total number of workers to 400.

 

Staff of CuisinArt Golf Resort & Spa (with Parliamentary Secretary Haydn Hughes 2nd from right)

“That was a challenge. It was very tough on all of us from day one when we took over the golf course,”Mr.Zaharia went on. “This is a work in progress…throughout the years to come. CuisinArt is here to stay…It is going to succeed and continuously do better even though we had a challenging season.

 

“This cannot be done without all of you, our 400 employees, who we are taking care of and ensuring that you are happy. This evening is yours with a lot of drinking (responsibly), eating and dancing. Enjoy your five-week short break, re-energise, come back and let’s have a wonderful 2012/2013 season.”

 

Staff members of CuisinArt Golf Resort & Spa

Five persons were awarded. They, and their awards, were as follows: Employee of the Season: Rosemarie Lynch-Gumbs who received a glass plaque; a complimentary three-night stay for two at Peter Island Resort in the British Virgin Islands; and a cash prize of US$200.

 

Team Leader for the Season: Carol Williams who received a glass plaque; a complimentary three-night stay for two at Curtain Bluff inAntiguaand a US$200.

 

Staff members of CuisinArt Golf Resort & Spa

Ambassador of the Season: Vincent Hodge who received a glass plaque; a complimentary three-night stay for two at Rosewood Little Dicks Bay in Virgin Gorda; and US$225.

 

Supervisor of the Season: Janice Cocks who, in her absence, was awarded a glass plaque; a complimentary three-night stay for two at Four Seasons inNevis; and US$250.

 

Rosemarie Lynch Gumbs with award

Manager of the Season (at the golf course): Thomas Peabody who received a glass plaque; a complimentary three-night stay for two at El San Juan Hotel & Casino in Puerto Rico; and US$300.

 

Seven employees were presented with certificates for ten years of service. Twenty-three employees, with no late or sick reports, received US$100 each. Many staff members, as well as a number of other persons, won various CuisinArt-brand home appliances in raffles.

 

Carol Williams with award

The party began at 5 pm and continued until 12 midnight.

 

CuisinArt Golf Resort and Spa will reopen on October 13.

 

 

 

Mr. Vincent Hodge with award

 

Mr. Thomas Peabody (3rd from left) with award

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mr. Stephane Zaharia

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By anguillian September 7, 2012 09:07

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