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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-05-28

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Catering

ENTERTAINING

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to others. The company name
should be put under the person's
name.
A business thank-you card
should be typed. Even if you're
invited to a business lunch, send
a note withing several days.
Thanks are always in order when
a lot of time, planning and money
have gone into a company's
party.
Seating arrangement is an
important consideration. Seating
protocol should be observed in
every case where foreign and vis-
iting business people or officials
arrive at your behest. The most
important guest sits on the host's
right; the second most important
guest sits on the host's left.
POWER LUNCHING
Traditionally, whoever does
the inviting picks up the tab. For
a small business lunch, the host
signals for the check and pays it
at the table. If a guest reaches for
the check, be firm and say, "You
are my guest today. I invited
you." A man who is the invited
guest of a woman should not
grab for the check. 0

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