“Catering is in my DNA “says Rhona Silver, one of the most inspiring woman entrepreneurs who reached the peak of catering through sheer hard work and determination. Her dedicated efforts lead her to make the investment in Huntington Townhouse property, which was christened as Rhona Silver Huntington Townhouse. Rhona’s creativity made Huntington Townhouse to be sought as the perfect place for conferences, weddings, parties, proms, and wedding celebrations.
The Huntington property was iconic dating back to the 1930’s and Rhona shelled out a staggering $7.6 million for realizing her catering dream in the year 1997. Huntington house was colossal with 150,000 sq ft. of catering space, which was spread over 18 acres paving the way for numerous glitzy events.
It became the dream of every bride, to be a part of stunning décor, magnificent chandeliers, a grand entry, fireworks and delectable food in one of the largest catering hall in America, with the proficiency of the staff and impeccable creativity of Rhona. As a beau in the field of catering business, Rhona Silver Huntington Townhousewas the grandeur in Long Island and after ten years of successful catering, Rhona sold it to Lowes.
One of the reasons for the remarkable success of Huntington Townhouse was the personal involvement of Rhonda and her team, from advising about the décor to wedding dress and menu, now the guests have fond memories of their special days with the help of Rhona’s creativity and the Huntington’s magnificence.
Today, Rhona has taken her efforts to a different level by developing a catering website Caterbid.com that provides catering solutions in sync with the twenty first century. Her determination for success keeps her motivated, as she says, “There were times that I cried once or twice a day. Then I gathered my strength and went forward.”
Rhona Silver Huntington Townhouse holds beautiful memories for everyone who had experienced its sense of style and exceptional service
Reminiscing Beautiful Memories of Rhona Silver’s Huntington