To celebrate the installation of 64” plasma screens in several of its meeting rooms, organisers choosing Church House Conference Centre can entertain delegates by playing Wii Olympics 2012 on the new screens during their breaks throughout the day.
The new screens have been installed in the Westminster, Sir Herbert Baker and Abbey rooms, which are commonly used for small meetings for up to 30 delegates. To incorporate the new technology into an event in a fun way, organisers can use the Wii to entertain guests, at no extra cost, with ‘Mario & Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games’ as well as other games such as Wii Sport on request.
Church House Conference Centre’s general manager Robin Parker says: “What better way to celebrate the installation of the new screens than by offering guests the opportunity to get active. While the screens can be used for formal presentations, incorporating them in an amusing way will also help boost the attention of delegates who can often be sat for long periods of time. Setting time aside to play Wii games is an excellent way to get people out of their seats, add in some extra entertainment and make it a memorable day.”
Church House Conference Centre, a Grade II listed building situated in the heart of Westminster, is one of London’s most versatile venues and it will be open for business as usual during the Olympic and Paralympic Games. With 19 spacious and diverse rooms, it can accommodate a wide range of events including gala dinners, product launches, cocktail receptions, award ceremonies, AGMs and conferences.