Wednesday, March 13th, 2019

March Madness: Jerry’s Kitchen is the #1 seed in your corporate catering bracket

The college basketball tournament brackets are circulating the office—have you filled yours out yet? Whether you’re picking perennial powerhouse or hoping your Cinderella squad pulls of an upset to remember, we can all agree that March Madness is one of the best parts of spring.

The tournament is so fun because it brings us together with our coworkers around a packed schedule of games crazy enough to excite even the non-basketball fans among us. After all, everybody becomes a fan when they’ve picked a winner on their bracket!

It’s also a perfect occasion for businesses to capitalize on this shared spirit of enthusiasm by inviting staff to watch the games together around an afternoon snack.

A smooth-running business is like a perfect alley-oop: the most spectacular results are achieved when every member of the team is totally in-sync and on the same page. Nothing breeds that type of camaraderie like sharing a morale-boosting meal with your coworkers. Put a game (or better yet, multiple games) up on the conference room screen and experience the heartbreak and glory of the tournament as a group.

Jerry’s Kitchen is the MVP of the corporate catering game, serving up fresh takes on game-time food for parties of all sizes. For college hoops season, you can’t go wrong with classic Philly crowd-pleasers like cheesesteaks and chicken cutlet sandwiches.

Give us a call or send an email today for your free consultation. We’ll go over your party’s guest count, venue and other key details, then begin putting together a custom menu with slam-dunk options for everyone in the office. On game-day, our staff of experienced professionals will take care of your team from tip-off to the final buzzer. Throwing an event with Jerry’s Kitchen is easier than a breakaway layup. 

By the end of this celebration, your staff will be ready to cut down the nets in victory. Call now to book the big day!

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Scott is the GM of Jerry's Kitchen. He blogs about food, eating, restaurants, and catering. Bala Cynwyd, King of Prussia, Plymouth Meeting, Malvern, Main Line, Philadelphia, South Jersey, Bucks County.

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