With a background in corporate event planning for companies such as Steamboat Ski Resort and the Sheraton Steamboat Resort, Angie brings a wealth of knowledge on how to execute an effective and entertaining corporate event in Steamboat Springs. Ranging from conferences and meetings to off-site retreats and incentive travel, to company parties and employee appreciation days, you can keep your staff focused on daily operations while the team at Heavenly Days Events plans every detail for a successful event. Contact us for more details and a custom proposal.
Conferences and meetings:
Whether you are organizing a conference for several hundred attendees at the Steamboat Grand or an off-site board meeting in a private room, we have connections to the local venues and vendors that can ensure your event runs smoothly, on time, and on budget. We can take care of everything from guest check-in, to event timelines, catering, and audio/visual, so you can focus on building your business.
Team building and outings:
There is no better setting in which to remove yourself from outside distractions in order to reconnect with your team than the beautiful mountains of Northwest Colorado. With close proximity to ranches that provide activities ranging from horseback riding to shooting and fishing, healing natural hot springs and spas, world-class golf courses, and a massive expanse of the pristine wilderness there are enough activities to please everyone. Let Heavenly Days Events build a custom itinerary for your group that will allow you to spend your time connecting with your team.
Did someone say party? We understand that corporate parties are challenging. The “planning committee” spends far too much time away from their “real job” to create an evening that is supposed to be a thank you to your team for all of their hard work only to have it come in over budget and under-appreciated. Lucky for you, we like to party! Entrust Heavenly Days Events’ staff of seasoned party professionals to plan and throw the once in a lifetime company party that the new intern will still be talking about in five years when he’s worked his way up to middle management.