It’s the peak of summer. Chances are your business or organization has a fall campaign to plan for, but everyone has vacation days they are itching to enjoy. How in the world can you get all your best brain-stormers together for a whole week to work when they could be at the beach? Take them to the beach! Get your group together and take a retreat to Daytona.
This enormous beachfront home is perfect for a multifamily vacation. Whether you’re pooling executives for a product launch or a church executive board for a charitable campaign, this is a prime home-base for getting work done and having fun. Nine bedrooms and eight baths mean there is plenty of space for your board members to bring their families. Send the spouses and kids out on the beach while you handle the morning business.
The kitchen and dining area will bring a whole new meaning to the phrase “working lunch.” Cook together as a team building exercise or have a private chef whip up meals for you. Catering for a large group is simple in this prime location. This strip of beach is in the heart of it all and convenient to popular restaurants. Have a meal or two catered or take the group out for a banquet celebration.
Plenty of attractions are nearby to send the non-working adults and children out on an excursion. Deep sea fishing, a water park, amusement park, and mini golf are all within 5 miles of this home. For a larger group outing, Disney and Epcot are a 90 minute drive. The Disney parks are a great finale to a week of getting down to business. But if you’re having so much fun that the idea of leaving the job site it too much, stay in and enjoy a long relax poolside. This home has a private pool and plenty of patio space to lounge.
This is a great way for the families of your executive board to get to know one another. You’ll have a full kitchen for the families to share. The beach is especially safe as this is a no-drive zone. Proximity to the country club means there are plenty of beachfront businesses supplying all of your needs. No need to drive once you arrive.