Why Your Meeting Needs Warm Cookies

By Matt Swenson, November 15, 2016

One trend that will never go out of style is attendees devouring warm cookies until they turn blue in the face (like a certain “Sesame Street” character). The proof came at the Public Relations Society of America’s 2016 Travel and Tourism Conference at Four Seasons Hotel Houston, where CVB staff from across the United States ate up the treats—warmed in toaster ovens, no less.

But when you can’t bring attendees to warm, gooey goodness, there are options. Tiff’s Treats, with locations in the Atlanta, Austin, Dallas/Fort Worth, Houston and San Antonio areas, delivers warm cookies to offices and conference centers. And when you need mobile service, Captain Cookie & the Milkman is a popular food truck serving metro Washington, D.C.

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