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Throw a successful company holiday party in 3 easy steps.

3 easy ways to throw a successful company holiday party.There is still time to organize a fun holiday party for the office for not a lot of money. Check out these ideas and get started today!

Whether you hold your holiday party on or off company premises, there are many ways for you and your employees to have a frolicking good time without "breaking the bank."

A catered luncheon or after-work party at the office can be less expensive than a restaurant or banquet outing.   If funds are really limited, have a "potluck" meal where each worker signs up to bring in a different dish (have a sign-up to avoid duplicate dishes). You can provide the decorations, paper goods, drinks, music and dessert.

Consider playing some lighthearted holiday games or activities to add some fun to the festivities. Go to http://www.centrinet.com/christmas/party_games.htm for the Stocking Factory's party game suggestions for company holiday parties. Take some party photos of employees and display them on your company bulletin board.

Decorate the party with affordable and adorable chocolate Santa's and Snowmen that double as party favors.  After the party everyone takes one home with them! To find these locally made Hershey Snowmen and Santa's go to www.ThatsAWrapCreations.com today and place your order.  Also great if you are giving a little something such as a lottery ticket or gift card.  Just adhere the ticket or the card to the back of the Santa or Snowman. Also available in Do-it-yourself kits which includes everything you need except for the chocolate bar. 

After organizing the holiday party remember to relax and have fun. When people see you stress free and having fun they will to.  Happy Holidays!

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