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30 COST SAVING TIPS IN 30 MINUTES Tom Michalisko, CMP Experient, A Maritz Travel Company
Flexible Meeting Dates
Book During Hotel’s Goal Periods
1/50 Cumulative: Credit to Master
Complimentary Suites, Upgrades and Staff rooms
Reduced Rate or Comp Board & Planning Meetings
No Fees for Storage and Handling
Complimentary or Discounted Internet Services
Know Your Labor Regulations (Union Properties)
Limit Authorization on the Master Account
Negotiate a Discount for Audio Visual
Provide Standard A/V to Speakers
E-Distribution of Meeting Materials
Food & Beverage
Negotiate Minimized Food & Beverage Penalties
Negotiate Menu Pricing Guaranteed 6 Months in Advance
Negotiate Complimentary Staff Meals
Bartender and other labor Fees Waived
A la Carte vs. Per Person Menu Pricing Cont. Breakfast, Breaks & Receptions
Order Non-Perishable Items on Consumption (or carry over to next break)
Order Break Items in Bulk
No “On Consumption” Beverages with Meals
Buffet Placement and Expensive Items
Water Coolers instead of Bottles
Beer & Wine Only Receptions
Compare Rooms Outside Block for Credit
Proof and Sign all Banquet Checks On-Site (Same day if possible)
Breakfast Guarantees: 10% no show minimum
Inventory Refreshment Breaks and Bars In/Out
Don’t Announce Last Call on Bars
Bring Office Supply Kit
Questions and Answers Contact: Tom Michalisko, CMP Strategic Account Manager Experient email@example.com 703-239-7472
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