Ritz-Carlton introduces water dining
The Ritz-Carlton, Dove Mountain is offering a new dining experience this summer. Splash Dining introduces a new in-the-pool dinner setting with the legs of diners, servers, chairs and tables refreshingly immersed for the cooling culinary occasion.
Whetting the appetites of travelers for unique outdoor experiences, Splash Dining expands upon the water recreation offering of The Ritz-Carlton, Dove Mountain, which features multiple swimming pools, a 235-foot-long water slide, weekend Cosmic Slide parties, and a spa serenity pool complete with full-service cabanas and a mid-pool tanning island.
Splash Diners at The Ritz-Carlton, Dove Mountain are seated at tables placed into the waters of the Turquesa Pool. They check their shoes upon arrival and are invited to wear shorts or knee-length pants for the special occasion, which begins as they wade to their reserved seats partially submerged in the pool. A customized meal prepared by the chefs of The Ritz-Carlton is then served by a wading server team, with dessert personally delivered by a chef wearing the aquatic version of chef’s whites.
A once-in-a-lifetime resort experience, Splash Dining offers a pre-reservable three-course menu, including champagne toast, and is priced at $300 per couple.
For reservations, contact The Ritz-Carlton, Dove Mountain at 572-3000.
NARFE to host luncheon meeting this Monday
Current and retired federal employees, their spouses and guests, and visitors are invited to join the National Active and Retired Federal Employees (NARFE), Chapter 1874, Tucson, at the Home Town Buffet at 5101 N Oracle Road, just north of River Road for its July 18 luncheon meeting.
Lunch starts at 11:30 a.m. and costs $9.50 per person. The meeting will take place from noon to 1 p.m. Guest speaker Douglas Harold, from the Vistoso Funeral Home, will talk about the importance of pre-planning.
Contact Valerie H. Davis at 908-0774 for more information.
NARFE has been safeguarding and improving the earned rights and benefits of America’s active and retired federal employees since 1921.
Marana Chamber members respond to survey
Why do businesses join the Marana Chamber? The organization found out after 62 members responded to a survey it conducted.
The top reason (86.8 percent) was to develop relationships that will help grow their business. Next (77 percent) was to expand their network of associates. Becoming part of the larger community (59 percent) came in third.
The fourth top reason was to give their business added credibility (55.7 percent). Next was to receive a business listing in the annual chamber directory (39.3 percent).
Last was to develop professional development opportunities (31.1 percent).
The chamber will use the survey results to plan its action items in 2011-2012.
For more information, visit www.maranachamber.com.