Seasoned wins contract extension and secures listings with four new partner venues | SEASONED

Seasoned wins contract extension and secures listings with four new partner venues

17 March 2016

CSEvents caterer, Seasoned, has announced that it has earned a place on the preferred suppliers lists at four new partner venues; the National Maritime Museum, the Peter Harrison Planetarium, the Royal Observatory and the Queen’s House, and won a contract extension at Cutty Sark.

Commenting on the new listings and contract extension, Colin Sayers, Managing Partner of Seasoned, said: “For the first time in Seasoned’s history we are proud to announce that we have secured an entire portfolio of stunning venues within London’s most historical borough.

“Thanks to our Venue Relations Manager, Chris Gaylard, we feel we have built a solid relationship with the whole team at Royal Museums Greenwich, and we hope this mutually successful partnership will continue for many years to come.”

Bespoke wedding service, The Perfect Wedding Company, assisted Seasoned in this venture and also secured a listing as a preferred wedding planner.

Jennifer Hughes, Managing Director of The Perfect Wedding Company, said: “I am thrilled that The Perfect Wedding Company has been chosen to support Royal Museums Greenwich in what is sure to be a successful year for the group.

“The opportunities within the partnership are vast; from the reopening of the Queen’s House on its 400 year anniversary to the Cutty Sark receiving its ceremony licence, 2016 and 2017 are set to be hugely successful years for the wedding industry. Watch this space!”

Catherine Owen, Event Sales and Marketing Manager for Royal Museums Greenwich, said of the appointment: “We are thrilled to continue working with Seasoned and The Perfect Wedding Company at Cutty Sark, and to have the opportunity to work with them across our entire venue portfolio. Their team is great to work with and we are excited to strengthen our relationship for a very exciting year to come and can’t wait to see how they celebrate our historic sites with their passion, professionalism and creativity.”

 

 

 

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