Is Your Home too Small for Thanksgiving Dinner?

Thanksgiving dinner photoThanksgiving Dinner? I Barely Have Room For The Cat.

It’s your turn to serve Thanksgiving Dinner at YOUR house this year. You can be forgiven for forgetting with the state of the world these days. Last year your brother hosted your family gathering and it was crowded there also. Then again, it was amazing to see the whole family have Thanksgiving dinner in a double-wide trailer. That turkey was wedged in the oven so tight they have to carve it in place. You had to use some of the gravy to grease up Uncle Bob when he got stuck in that little bathroom. One of your cousins actually had to eat dinner on top of the washing machine. That was fine until it became unbalanced…man that was a mess to clean up. Yep. this year’s Thanksgiving Dinner needs more space.

Needed: A Neutral Site For Thanksgiving Dinner

Your challenge is to find a place to have dinner at Thanksgiving that doesn’t involve building an addition to your home. Someplace nice, but inexpensive. A Venue where you can even bring the cat…as long as you bring a litter box. Seriously though, there is no way you want all your relatives over at one time these days. This Thanksgiving Dinner needs to be different, less work would be nice and no one eating on your washing machine is a must.

So your challenge is to find a place where all of you can safely gather while giving everyone elbow room. A caterer would be nice, thereby saving your oven. The best part is no gated entry like your brother’s trailer park. I mean whoever heard of a gated trailer park? Restaurants are out with the current situation. Bars are identical. Where can you go to have Thanksgiving dinner without all the work?

We Have Space, You Bring The Turkey and Trimmings

You are in luck. While we will be home with our own Thanksgiving Dinner, we have space for you to give thanks and chow down. In fact, we even have caterers who will bring the turkey and all the trimmings to you and come back afterward to help clean it up. The Beacon Center is a perfect place to hold your Thanksgiving dinner or Christmas dinner or any other event that needs to be held anywhere but YOUR house. We have large restrooms, one for each sex. There are tile floors, so spilled gravy or cranberry sauce can be simply wiped up.

The parking is also better than another shouting match between your dad and your neighbor about blocking driveways.  Yes, The Beacon Center is your solution for every event you need to hold, but don’t want anywhere near your place. Oh, and the cat will appreciate the peace and quiet.

All you need to do to get started is to visit our Website. Book a free tour, perhaps call the caterers for pricing and you will be on your way to a fun, relaxed, and memorable Thanksgiving Dinner.  Oh, and remember space is limited to ONE so book soon!

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Becky Stonebarger

About Becky Stonebarger

The Beacon Center is the collaborative effort of Husband and Wife team, Gil & Becky Stonebarger. Becky is the mastermind and driving force behind the Center, with Gil supporting her every step of the way. With over 50 yrs of combined experience in Hospitality, Becky & Gil finally realized their dream of an affordable, inspiring space for Businesses and Individuals alike to meet, train or just party. Becky has owned several businesses through the years and is very proud of her degree in Casino Management and is currently working on her Event Planning degree as well. Gil is a US Navy Veteran who has managed hospitality operations across the country for over 30 yrs. They have been happily married for over 30 yrs, have two daughters and two grandchildren.

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