Linda Fletcher on sun 11 mar 01
I am curious as to what the Adams Mark considers "proper dress" for =
It is interesting that all of their rooms will be filled by NCECA =
yet we won't be presentable enough to hang out in the bar.
I guess New Englanders are more mercenary. If you got the $$$ they will =
serve you !
Just wondering if I should pack my "power suit" from when I worked at a =
it will still fit...physically or emotionally.
mudsinger in NH
John Weber on sun 11 mar 01
Maybe someone on the list associated with NCECA could ask the Hotel and let
us all know. I know from other Adam Mark hotels that the typical dress code
is Jacket and Tie for men in the main dining room and at least Jackets in
the Bar. Usually there is also some code for women but they usually can get
away with a bit more (a known fact I'm sure everyone is aware of). However
having said all that, there is also usually a relaxed approach to
conventions. So, back to my original suggestion that someone "in the know"
ask the Hotel. John Weber
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> Subject: Dress code for NCECA
> I am curious as to what the Adams Mark considers "proper dress" for their
> It is interesting that all of their rooms will be filled by
> NCECA attendees and
> yet we won't be presentable enough to hang out in the bar.
> I guess New Englanders are more mercenary. If you got the $$$
> they will serve you !
> Just wondering if I should pack my "power suit" from when I
> worked at a bank...doubt
> it will still fit...physically or emotionally.
> mudsinger in NH
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