It’s been a hot summer for SoDel Concepts, a busy Rehoboth Beach hospitality group.
The company’s restaurants along the coast have experienced record-breaking months.
To thank the team, and take the heat off, SoDel Concepts hosted a day at Jungle Jim’s Aug. 18. The state’s largest water park is steps from SoDel Concepts’ Bluecoast Seafood Grill + Raw Bar and Thompson Island Brewing Company.
“Our entire crew has gone above and beyond to meet guest expectations during a bustling – and hot – summer,” said Scott Kammerer, president of SoDel Concepts, which has 18 business operations, including 14 restaurants, three sports concessions, and a wedding-and-events venue.
“We wanted to show our appreciation and allow our team time with loved ones,” Kammerer said. “What better place in summer is there than Jungle Jim’s?”
From 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., the employees, along with their friends and families, relaxed at two SoDel pavilions and enjoyed the park’s offerings, including the food concessions.
“We know how hard our employees work, so it was wonderful to see them enjoy the waterpark with their children,” said Nelia Dolan, a company vice president. “It was a spectacular day.”
Kammerer was impressed with the park’s offerings. “A big thank you to Jungle Jim’s for their hospitality. We can’t wait to do it again next year,” he said.