by Joe Henry | May 30, 2017

Making sure party guests have a great time is top-of-mind of any self-respecting host. But not everyone has the furniture or houseware to support hours of entertainment for their entire guest list.

Fortunately, there are numerous products companies can offer their reward recipients to ensure that they are as successful at being hosts as they are in the workplace. 

Most importantly, house guests need a place to lounge. There's nothing worse than having too many visitors and not enough chairs. The Hanover Sedona six piece is a monster sectional couch set that includes left and right reclining chairs, an armless recliner, an armless chair, a wedge and a built-in USB console, so visitors have ample opportunity to charge their devices.

This is a heavy-duty set of furniture with a padded hardwood frame, and upholstered with breathable polyester fabric. It's the ideal set if you want to fill your living room with luxurious comfort so your guests always have a place to recline, beverage in hand. The Hanover Sedona is available through PMC/Almo.

For employees who want to entertain with some games, there's the Steve Silver Game Table Top. The package, available through Incentive Concepts, comes with four leather captains chairs, which have casters for extra mobility. The table and chairs have a rich, cherry finish making it the perfect addition for a game room.

The set also comes with a removable game table top, which can hold drinks, poker chips, and other gaming paraphernalia. Disassembled, the table becomes the ideal surface for dinner with a small group of friends. 

Finally, being the perfect host or hostess requires items for serving. Fortunately, Williams-Sonoma has its own business sales program that offers incentive planners and business gift-givers a wide assortment of ideas for employees that love to entertain at home. 

This three-tiered stand, made of marble and bronze-finished steel, is the ideal surface to serve hors d'oeuvres and small sandwiches or pastries. It's an excellent option for people who want to save their countertop space, and its solid marble surface gives the stand a tremendous amount of class.

It's also practical: the middle section can be removed if more space is needed. And it has rubber feet, so homeowners won't have to worry about scratches.

To complete the look, check out Williams-Sonoma's marble and copper chip and dip bowl, made of solid white marble, with a stainless steel trim with a copper finish.