Bennion Deville Homes Celebrates Holidays Throughout Southern California
December 29, 2015|AGENTS, CULTURE, Events, Office Fun
2015 was a year of great change for Bennion Deville Homes, which declared its independence from its previous franchisor earlier this year. However, name change aside, everything else is still exactly the same. The same agents, same offices, and same incredible commitments to service standards and integrity remain true. There was much to celebrate for the holidays this year, and the festivities were merry and widespread as three separate holiday parties were hosted from sand to sea.
Orange County kicked off the holiday party season with a festive Italian feast at Mangia Bene Cucina in Laguna Niguel. Agents from all over Orange County, and a few who made it out from the Coachella Valley, were treated to delightful fare, friends, and fun.
The Greater Palm Springs area party, hosted at the Palm Springs Air Museum, took fun to a whole new altitude, with a party inside the main hangar at the museum. Delectable dinner, drinks, and dancing, egged on by a brilliant live band, made the night one to remember for years to come. Agents from the Coachella Valley and the coast were treated and toasted for their hard work, loyalty, and success over the course of the year, with a rousing speech by Bennion Deville Co-Founders Bob Bennion and Bob Deville. Photos can be viewed here.
San Diego capped off the holiday magic with a cozy party in the posh rec room of Vantage Pointe, a Downtown San Diego luxury high rise. Patrons were serenaded with the sweet melodies of a live pianist hammering out classic holiday hits mixed with contemporary cuts, all while enjoy lively conversation, cocktails, and a scrumptious buffet including a carving station featuring savory ham. A photographer snapped shots of party-goers donning the finest of holiday accessories, including Santa hats, reindeer antlers, and more. Photos can be viewed and downloaded here.
“Thank you to all who were able to attend our holiday parties this year, and we hope to see those who couldn’t attend at next year’s festivities,” says Bob Deville. “Each had its own special touch that was made extra memorable by the camaraderie that we all share. Each of our agents and staff is a member of our growing family, and we relish the time out of our busy schedules to get together and revel in the successes of the past year. Bob and I are incredibly lucky to have the team that we do, and would like to wish everyone a happy and safe holiday season.”
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