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Yellowstone Publishing, LLC Announces Publication of Dining Etiquette Audio Book
For Immediate Release
Red Bank, New Jersey (December 17, 2010)
Table manners play an important part in making a favorable impression on the job. Whether you are a new intern at your first business dinner, or a seasoned professional out for a power lunch, business meals are big business. A lack of manners is just plain bad business. Our table manners can speak volumes about us as professionals. Etiquette Scholar’s Dining Etiquette gives students and professionals alike an important tool for creating the right impression at the table.
The comprehensive 42 minute dining etiquette book includes five informative units:
- Unit One: The Restaurant and Your Table (including arriving at the restaurant and being seated, and identifying silverware, plates & glassware);
- Unit Two: Ordering and Enjoying the Meal (including ordering, handling silverware, and handling difficult-to-eat foods);
- Unit Three: Handling the Check (covering paying the check and tipping); and
- Unit Four: Special Topics (including business meals and handling awkward & unexpected situations).
The final track, called “Dining Etiquette Essentials” provides a helpful summary of all units that can be reviewed en route to a restaurant for quick & easy reference. Katherine Valentine King’s impeccable narration is ideally suited to hold the listener’s interest while the thoughtful pacing allows the listener to easily retain the information presented.ABOUT YELLOWSTONE PUBLISHING
Headquartered in Red Bank, New Jersey, Yellowstone Publishing, LLC publishes contemporary etiquette reference books for business, sport, ceremonies, gourmet pursuits, and everyday living. You can visit Yellowstone Publishing, LLC on the Internet at http://www.etiquettescholar.com. In addition to corporate information, the website provides an exhaustive dining etiquette and table manners reference. The site is a reliable and respected etiquette resource for university career placement offices, corporations, and members of the national press.
- Mike Lininger, Editor, Etiquette Scholar
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