People invite guests to sail when the wind comes up. When the wind comes up, plates and glasses follow the rules of gravity. So if you want to throw a party on your sailboat, or motorized yacht, ensure your guests have food security--with WINE TRAYS.
It's always toast now and eat later. Or eat now and toast later. But wouldn't it be less stressful for your guests if they were empowered to do both at the same time--if they wanted to? Go ahead! Make their day! Make sure your caterer brings WINE TRAYS!
There are gatherings where standing around and posing are good for the career. But if you want to do business, you need to do more than drink. You need, to shake hands, exchange cards, and check e-mails. There's only one way to do this with class: bring the WINE TRAYS.
There are three facts of life in the bleachers: (1) you need to eat AND drink; (2) there's no place to put it all down safely; and (3) people in your row keep getting up and down and moving around. How can you protect your bleacher banquet from the bobbing, weaving, spilling and heaving of the whole fist-pumping fan base? Bring the Sakonnet River Company WINE TRAYS!
Your guests would not need our personal wine & appetizer trays if every party space had tables everywhere. But do you want your guests all squeezed in around tables when the New Year rings in? How can they hold the champagne the sparklers, and the mistletoe--and get crazy? Are you going to deprive your guests of the opportunity to ring in the New Year right? Be a civilized host: provide them with WINE TRAYS.
When you get to where you are hiking, skiing or biking, there may be a picnic table with seating and plates--or not! But there's nothing to worry about if you bring along your super light solid wood Sakonnet River Company WINE TRAYS for the trip. Carrying them won't burn any calories, but you can be elegant as well as civilized amid the wilds of nature!
Three graduates: One cigar, one drink, one pal-hug and one hors d' oeuvre. Yet we know that after the 2 hour ceremony, all 3 of them are hungry--and thirsty. Missed opportunity to be a loving parent. Next time bring The Sakonnet River Company WINE TRAYS.
Gallery Openings are thrilling. On the walls there are so many paintings to see. On the floor there are so many people to see. How can you possibly tear yourself away from it all to wait in long lines for the cheese cubes and chardonnay? There's no need to suffer sensory deprivation in the face of such great stimulation! Surrender yourself to the transcendent aesthetics of the scene by filling a WINE TRAY full and taking it along on the tour.
There's a reason for the bannister on the stairs down to the TV room. The stairs are steep and the rug gets slippery when coffee is spilled on it. So what to do when you have to take your morning apples, coffee and toast down to meet the press? Make three trips? Naaaah. It takes the WINE TRAY only ONE trip. With the WINE TRAY nothing spills and you get to the TV all in one piece.