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Aviva Corporate Packages

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I am planning to bring a group to the HEC QF for work. Last year I booked the presidents terrace package and it was well received and a well contained means of entertaining. Has anyone booked and used the boxes, there isn't a huge difference in cost. But as far as bang for your bucks go the terrace seems a much better deal; there is however a trade off in not bringing your valued guests to a box, which seems a tad cheap.
Anyone done both? What would the preference be?
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Peg Leg wrote:I am planning to bring a group to the HEC QF for work. Last year I booked the presidents terrace package and it was well received and a well contained means of entertaining. Has anyone booked and used the boxes, there isn't a huge difference in cost. But as far as bang for your bucks go the terrace seems a much better deal; there is however a trade off in not bringing your valued guests to a box, which seems a tad cheap.
Anyone done both? What would the preference be?
I've not done the Aviva - been on a few of these things in the US and while I think the box thing has a bit of "wow factor" it can wear off pretty quickly - depends on the group but you realise that you're stuck in a room with this crowd. I pefer a more flexible set up where peope can wander around or get a feel for the atmosphere.

I guess it depends on the group
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