Felix and Fingers recently dueled for the Barber Ford holiday party in Holland, MI. The party was hosted at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Holland. A grand foyer and smiling faces greeted us and guests as we walked through the front doors of this great hotel just outside of downtown, and staff helped us settle in. For information on how to book a room or event with them, please click here.
Barber Ford Holiday Party
Barber Ford, one of the leading new and used car sales dealerships in Holland, MI, prides themselves on positive and efficient customer service. Because they are a Christian-based franchise, they also do a considerable amount of charity work, specifically to local nonprofits. All tips we received throughout the night were given to their fundraiser for Kid’s Food Basket, a local food outreach program that Barber Ford has worked with many times. For more information on Barber Ford, please visit their website. Even though this event was held a month after the holidays, the employees still enjoyed kicking off their shoes and celebrating a night to themselves in honor of the holidays that passed.
Giving and Dancing
To start the evening, guests gathered right on time in a cozy, three-in-one ballroom. A large, permanent dance floor was set in the center of the room, and tables draped in white and navy blue cloths filled the spaces on either side. Each table also had a piano picture and genre on top of it. We asked that each table come up with one song request from the given genre. It proved difficult for some, but everyone came up with some great choices! Our funniest one was for the table that had “punk.” They came up with, and we quote, “The Rolling Stones. They were a bunch of punks!” We love the guests’ senses of humor.
We kicked off our dueling with Boot Scootin’ Boogie by Brooks and Dunn, accompanied by Chuck, one of the owners of Barber Ford. He treated his employees to an interpretive dance, which everyone loved. Once the song and dance were over, Chuck even gave a generous tip to have the director of finance come up and dance to Don’t Stop Believin’ by Journey. It was a great way to get the dance floor packed in no time! Throughout the evening, it became evident that this crowd loved country music. We had many requests for country sounds, specifically Wagon Wheel, Watermelon Crawl, and You Never Call Me by My Name. However, they also loved the current top 40, and by the end of the night, many guests had requested Hotline Bling.
Over all, the night was a great celebration of life, love, and good work done. We are thankful for the opportunity to have been a part of such a wonderful night!
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