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DoubleTree by Hilton KL targets local, Singapore MICE
N. Nithiyananthan, reporting for TTGmice, January 27, 2012
 

IN A bid to showcase its MICE facilities, DoubleTree by Hilton Kuala Lumpur is planning to hold a national ‘Dream Team’ contest targeted at corporations in Malaysia and Singapore.

 

The contest will be open from February 1 till March 2, with aspiring participants required to register on the hotel’s Facebook page (www.facebook.com/DoubletreeKL) and upload a short video explaining why they are the ‘Dream Team’ for any employer.

 

Entries which demonstrate the most team spirit and hard work stand to win two nights accommodation at the DoubleTree by Hilton Kuala Lumpur for up to 30 pax, including coach transfer to the property.

 

The winning team will also be hosted to meals, corporate and leisure events – including a cooking class, a session by a motivational speaker, and a ropes course teambuilding activity at an external venue. The entire package is valued at RM65,000 (US$22,000).

 

DoubleTree by Hilton Kuala Lumpur general manager Ian Barrow said: “Participants will get to see our hotel as a fantastic venue for teambuilding activities, corporate meetings and incentive trips.”

 

The ‘Dream Teams’, one each from Malaysia and Singapore, will be announced in March 2012.

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