Executive Style Hospitality

July 31, 2012

As the 25-year-old event experience company evolves, its finger continues to be on the pulse of what clients need to host customers, special guests and VIPs. Understanding those needs, JHE introduced two executive-level hospitality venues within the last two years to provide that unique and intimate interaction requested by clients.

Known as “H2,” this mobile venue offers two executive-style offices that accommodate up to eight people per office, is Wi-Fi connected and a great location for conducting business at a sporting event, conference or special occasion.

H2’s entertainment capabilities extend up as well. The observation deck provides guests a birds-eye view at any venue and compliments the outdoor hospitality space which includes a 40 foot long awning, luxury tables and chairs.

Creating a similar high-end entertainment area, H3 is an excellent destination for conducting business anywhere. H3 offers guests a private office including two work stations and a small conference table. In addition, business can easily be conducted in the large conference room holding up to eight people. The mobile unit also delivers a casual gathering space for four, a private restroom and flat screen TVs in each office. The satellite and Wi-Fi-equipped venue also creates an outdoor environment with its large awning, tables and chairs.

Both H2 and H3 can be custom designed with a company’s brand or appropriate thematic.

Schedule H2 or H3 for your next corporate function and experience was it’s like to provide your customers, clients or colleagues a first-class experience.

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