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TheKnot Press Release

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Historic Kent Manor Inn Earns The Knot Best of 2016 Award Badge

Kent Island, Maryland – December, 2015 – The Knot is pleased to announce that Historic Kent Manor Inn has received The Knot Best of 2016 Award Badge for its excellence as a wedding venue!

The esteemed The Knot program recognizes wedding professionals who have received positive newlywed reviews of their business on The Knot at theknot.com. Since receiving additional wedding reviews, Historic Kent Manor Inn is now positioned as a premier vendor. The program recognizes businesses across more than 20 service categories, from wedding venues to wedding photographers.

As a business on WeddingWire, Historic Kent Manor Inn’s advancement is an impressive milestone, illustrating the business’ commitment to providing clients with a positive experience. As the world’s largest wedding review site with over one million reviews, The Knot is comprised of over 200,000 wedding professionals throughout the United States and Canada.

Historic Kent Manor Inn’s advancement ” …is an achievement worth celebrating, especially given the growing importance of online reviews,” said Alan Michaels, Chief Marketing Officer and Managing Member, Historic Kent Manor Inn. “I am thrilled to honor Historic Kent Manor Inn’s commitment and dedication to gathering positive reviews from their brides. We are excited for this powerful milestone for our business.”

For more information about Historic Kent Manor Inn, please visit our website at www.kentmanor.com

Marriage Proposal: The Ten Commandments of Popping the Question

We here at the Waterfront Historic Kent Manor Inn have seen our share of weddings, but what you might be surprised to learn is that we’ve seen a lot of proposals take place here as well! Couples book a getaway weekend here and our nervous grooms-to-be have tremendous opportunities on our 220 acres of beautifully manicured land. This is especially important if you’re planning on getting photos of the big moment. So if you’re thinking of popping the question, we found this great article from The Plunge, who shared all of the things we agree are extremely important!

Here’s a quick summary:

  1. Don’t be Surprised
  2. Do Surprise Her
  3. Only Go Public if it’s a Lock
  4. Personalize
  5. Guard the Ring Like it’s Your Precious
  6. Take a Knee
  7. Keep Heavy Eye-Contact
  8. Actually Have a Ring
  9. Practice
  10. The Setting Trumps Size

Check out the full article here.