Dec 18, 2015

Object Partners Holiday Open House Recap

Thanks to all that hung out with us last night at our new Minneapolis office! 150 or so people stopped by to see the new space, have a few beverages, and of course enjoy some of Gastrotrucks’ finest cuisine (mac n’ cheese with chips and bacon bits!!). We even cleared out the tables towards the end of the evening for a few games of lightning, of course. There were a lot of great conversations and energy in the building. NE Minneapolis is definitely the spot to be!

Check out a 360 degree view of all the fun (later in the evening) here.

Most importantly, with our coat drive and donations we are able to supply 503 coats to those in need through a great cause, One Warm Coat.

And lastly, we raffled away some great prizes; below are the list of winners. If you’re a winner, we’ll be in touch.

  • Macbook Air – Dean Gabbert
  • Apple Watch – Annette Tousley
  • Pyrat Rum Gift Set – Matt Wellendorf
  • 2 Gingers Gift Set – Molly Boyum
  • $125 Parasole Gift Card – Joe Klein
  • $125 Parasole Gift Card – Joel Crabb
  • Bordeaux Collection – Louis Haik
  • Fitbit – Kyra Crowston
  • Das Beer Boot – Rey Kurpiers
  • Jameson Trilogy Gift Set – Ryan Olmstead
  • Chocolate Gift Basket – Lindsey Satrom

Happy Holidays to all of us from Object Partners! We’re thankful to be part of such a great community and industry for the past 20 years. It’s humbling and encouraging.

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