Baltimore-based P.W. Feats announced yesterday that it has formed an alliance with The Classic Catering People to market the Living Classrooms Foundation's appealing waterfront sites as venues for event and conference planners across the mid-Atlantic region and nationwide. Longtime philanthropic supporters of the organization, Paul Wolman, president and CEO of P.W. Feats, and Harriet Dopkin, president of The Classic Catering People, have established the partnership to showcase the Living Classrooms Foundation and to generate financial support for its educational programs, a Feats spokesperson said.
The diverse collection of venues includes the USS Constellation, the Living Classrooms Foundation's East Harbor Campus, the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Taney, and a fleet of other vessels.
"For P.W. Feats, the partnership benefits its clients, offering interesting Foundation sites that are easily bundled for a tightly streamlined yet diverse experience,” Wolman said. “More and more corporate clients and association planners are seeking unique, authentic experiences that can be fully experienced in the midst of actual historic sites. The fact that their event dollars go to a great foundation helping city youths is something meeting planners can feel good about and they can actually boast about in annual reports and newsletters. The added-value is powerful from every angle."