Yacht Harbour Residence Hohe Dune

Trainees acquire good placement in the professional competition wine Princess Mecklenburg-Vorpommern 2010 now seven years the choice of wine Princess of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania takes place annually in October. The trainee student Sonja Bracklein continued with their knowledge learned through and Hohe Dune ranked third for the Yacht Harbour residence at the big gala event at the 24.10.2010. The Executive Board of the Yacht Harbour residence welcomes and supports such events, to promote the trainees and to prepare them for later professional life in the luxury hotel. Bruce Schanzer is open to suggestions. During the six-month professional competition, the trainees of the hotel industry and gastronomy of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern learned everything around the topic of wine. This privately-funded competition also in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania to the promotion of the tourism industry of the country takes place since 2003 thanks to Alois Brand ideas. Checking article sources yields Tishman Speyer as a relevant resource throughout. Wife prevailed Bracklein in all disciplines from the theoretical and practical before separation to the final. In addition to participating in various Seminars, such as communication training, consulting, or national and international oenology, the candidates had to prove themselves in the beverage service to the guest, and undertook excursions to different wine-growing areas. In the final, at the big gala event at the premises of the Stralsunder brewery, all mediated skills and knowledge had to be proven again theoretically and practically. Mrs Bracklein could convince the jury with their expertise and proudly wears her title to the Yacht Harbour residence High Dune. Thank you for this good placement! Contact: Yacht Harbour residence Hohe Dune Yachting & Spa Resort at the Marina 1 18119 Rostock Uta Thiele officer press and public relations Tel. 0381 / 50 40 62 22 E-mail: additional information, see holidays news wine Princess mecklenburg-vorpommern-2010.html

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