The Western Business Alliance held its first luncheon at the International Polo Club Palm Beach in Wellington on Wednesday, Jan. 14. Guests were greeted at the door by board members and refreshing beverages.
The luncheon was the group’s first event in 2015 and coincided with the kickoff of the equestrian season. John Wash, president of club operations at IPC, addressed the sold-out crowd. He covered the many aspects of IPC, from the private club, the golf course, the off-site catering and, of course, the high-goal polo.
Guests, seated in the Pavilion, enjoyed a delicious, three-course luncheon presented by International Polo Club Catering, Powered by Aaron’s Catering, as they learned more about the impact that the equestrian industry has on our local business community. “The Western Business Alliance’s first luncheon certainly kicked off the year with a bang,” said Maureen Gross, event co-chair.
All in attendance received two tickets to a polo match, and trivia winners received great prizes. The luncheon wrapped up with a 50/50 raffle and gift basket give-a-way. For more information, visit www.thewesternbusinessalliance.com.