TISOH Introduces the Pineapple Lounge

TISOH announced today the opening of the Pineapple Lounge at its campus in Las Vegas. Designed exclusively for students, this lounge will be open during school hours as a space to unwind and relax.

Las Vegas, Nevada, United States - September 16, 2019 —

LAS VEGAS – TISOH announced today the opening of the Pineapple Lounge at its campus in Las Vegas. Designed exclusively for students, this lounge will be open during school hours as a space to unwind and relax.

The TISOH campus was designed with mixed use spaces with the needs of continuing education students in mind. Modern classrooms center around the Square, a space to meet up with fellow learners and get ready for class. The Design Lab in the Administration Building, that has been featured in special event magazines, will soon enter its fourth iteration. The new Pineapple Lounge provides multiple seating options with a video gaming console, books, and periodicals to review, and a central location to find out about all the available student services.

The Pineapple Lounge carries the same theme as the rest of the campus with an orange and grey scheme and bright and airy spaces to excite the mind. The space evokes the friendly and familiar atmosphere of warm hospitality.

“TISOH has always been student-centric. The Pineapple Lounge provides another space for the community to gather and build friendships in” said Timothy Lam, Executive Director of TISOH.

About The International School of Hospitality

The International School of Hospitality (TISOH) was founded in Las Vegas, Nev., in 2005. TISOH offers quality short-term, practical training and career development programs in hospitality. Developed for the industry and by the industry, TISOH’s small class sizes and online courses include concierge, conference management and event planning, catering, exhibition & tradeshow management, hospitality leadership and supervision, hospitality human resources, hospitality marketing & sales, hotel operations, and wedding coordination and design. Diploma graduates, trained by working experts in the field, enjoy an 85 percent job placement rate. TISOH is an academic partner of the American Hotel & Lodging Educational Institute and is accredited by the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education and Training. For more information, visit www.tisoh.edu or call (702) 947-7200.

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About Us: The International School of Hospitality (TISOH) offers quality short-term, practical training and career development programs in hospitality.

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Organization: The International School of Hospitality (TISOH)
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