Dec 16, 2016

Object Partners 2016 MN Holiday Open House Recap

Thanks to all that showed up last night to spread a little holiday cheer, and to donate and support a great MN charity, One Warm Coat. As always, Gastrotruck did a wonderful job supplying the unique cuisine. And of course an Object Partners office gathering always ends with a game of knock out/lightning. Entertaining to say the least.

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    We also gave away a significant amount of prizes.

  • Callie Bensel – Macbook Air
  • Liz Haakenson – $500 Best Buy Gift Card
  • Enrique Ortega – Apple Watch
  • Taylor Sundquist – Wine Gift Box
  • Chris Arnesen – Sony Headphones
  • Larry Rubinow – $50 Starbucks Gift Card
  • Steve Wagner – $100 Best Buy Gift Card
  • Ian Bicking – Moscow Mule Stoli Gift Box
  • Kim Thompson – Jack Daniels Gift Box
  • James Nemanich – Limencello Gift Box
  • Amy Gebhart – Ghirardelli Gift Basket
  • Andy Miller – Bose Speaker
  • Kim Mai – Fitbit Surge
  • Tanya W. – Disaronno Gift Box
  • Jon Wilson – Keurig K50

Congrats winners! Please reach out to info@objectpartners.com to arrange a pick up time.

Thanks again to the wonderful Minneapolis tech community, our employees, and clients for making Object Partners what it is today. We couldn’t do it without you!

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