Get Steeped with Fairmont

Sharon Oakley, honoree Carole Randolph; Fairmont PR Director Diana Bulger,
Mary Bird
Sharon Oakley, honoree Carole Randolph; Fairmont PR Director Diana Bulger,

Fairmont hotels declared Nov. 12 as an “official” day to pay tribute to all things tea. “Get Steeped with Fairmont” was celebrated around the world with signature “Tea-quila” cocktails in Dallas and a multi-cultural tea celebration in Maui. Diana Bulger, Area Director of Public Relations for Fairmont Hotels & Resorts, chose to honor protocol expert Carole Margaret Randolph at a tea with friends. Carol, who teaches modern manners and protocol to children, teens and adults, often holds classes at The Fairmont. Diana said that Carole “gracefully turned little girls and boys into charming young ladies and gentlemen, teaching them how to become comfortable in any social situation while using perfect manners and silverware.” Executive Sous Chef Ian Bens and Executive Pastry Chef Aron Weber prepared delicious tea delicacies. Guests departed with a Fairmont bone china tea cup and saucer made in England.

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