Fresh Culture

Freshgiving 2015: Team Culture with a Twist

November 26, 2015

Anna McCallon

By Anna McCallon

We like to enjoy a little creativity with our turkey.  The annual Freshgiving potluck this year was a tasty collaboration of homemade root beer, expertly carved turkey (caught on camera), and a table full of favorite recipes.  Team culture takes on a whole new meaning when we celebrate the holidays.

Something we were grateful for: Senior Business Development Partner Patrick sharing his carving skills.

 

homemade root beer

Yet another reason to be thankful?  Teage from Business Development brought handcrafted root beer.

But it’s not just the food.

Fresh is also grateful to have grown so much this year, adding talented team members and creative clients who make our work less like work, and more of doing what we love.  We can’t wait to see what we’ll have to be thankful for in 2016!

Anna McCallon

Anna McCallon

Sales & Marketing Coordinator

Anna's tech tastes lean towards CRMs, Google products, and Android. She's also a big fan of DIY, books, and watching full seasons on Netflix.

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