More Hispanic entrepreneurs are managing to open their own business in Osceola County and with the support of the organization Experience Kissimmeepromote their entrepreneurship and provide opportunities for other professionals to develop in the hospitality industry.
So with the holiday spirit in the air, the team at Experience KissimmeeOsceola County’s official tourism authority, hosted an event at the Reunion Resort and Golf Club vacation model home that offers a variety of amenities such as three signature golf courses, a 5-acre water park, a tennis and a variety of dining options.
There each of the partners Experience Kissimmee shared information about what you can find for your parties, in this city considered the World Capital of Vacation Homes.
For example, Isaac Maysonet Pacheco, is the executive chef of the Omni Orlando Resort at ChampionsGate, shared recipes to prepare a delicious dish with leftovers from Christmas dinner.
Isaac Maysonet Pacheco, is the executive chef at the Omni Orlando Resort at ChampionsGate. He also told us that the Omni resort supports local farmers, from Ocala to Homestead, from whom they buy chicken, quail and fish.
While they buy fruits and vegetables from farmers in central Florida.
“We are also committed to schools that are dedicated to educating about hospitality and tourism. We are a base where many students go to practice and many continue to work with us. They are like 100 employees that we currently have working and that at one point used Experience Kissimmee and Osceola County to use Omni Orlando as a training base and stayed with us,” said Maysonet Pacheco.
The chef, originally from Bayamón, Puerto Rico, said that in December there will be Christmas activities and a buffet for Christmas dinner and on Christmas Eve they will have a smaller event.
He added that they will have a farewell party for the year including activities and many dishes to celebrate.
Omni Orlando has the David’s Club , known for its bourbons, crafts and cuts, all of which can be enjoyed within sight of the beautiful resort. More information at Isaac Maysonet Pacheco, is the executive chef at omnihotels.com/hotels/orlando-championsgate.
Back to the impressive property that hosted the exhibition, it has nine rooms with a spacious living room facing the pool, a large sectional with an elegant chaise longue, a flat screen TV and a fireplace perfect for gathering the family and tell stories or to watch television.
This vacation home is just one of many properties at this resort. More information here.
During the activity, other companies showed their specialties for this holiday season.
For example, Heaven Gifts , a family business that designs personalized gift baskets and boxes with local items and products from legoland, Boggy Creek Airboat Adventures and SeaWorld.
“We are next to the Kissimmee Turnpike, but we always deliver. We have been making gifts for 10 years. When a group comes for a convention, Experience Kissimmee has a website where they see our services that we offer and that way we can help them”, said Hiramia Milán, from Cielo Gifts, who this season designs the popular baskets with arrangements of chocolates, sauces , cheeses, wines, cookies and coffee, among many things.
Other corporations present were Wild Florida who brought some “wild” animals such as an African scorpion, a King Snake that is native to Orlando.
Besides Wild Florida offers to ride an airboat and meet exotic and native Florida animals.
Wild Florida You are in the city of St Cloud and you can enjoy a safari but in Florida.
gatorland He showed the variety of activities they have with the theme of crocodiles.
In addition, people can tour the swamp, go down the zip line and more.
On the other hand, Luxury Pop Up Picnic Company He showcased some of his designs for custom decorations for special occasions or just to put a festive spin on Christmas dinner at home.
To learn more about these companies visit: experiencekissimmee.com.
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