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Making it rain? At Snow Day, Fresh Consulting is making it snow!

January 11, 2013

Alexandra Matthiesen

By Alexandra Matthiesen

While snow is often a thing of speculation for Seattle residents, on January 12 the city is guaranteed a showing unlike any before. That morning, over one hundred thousand pounds of snow will be delivered and dumped at the Seattle Center, setting the stage for Snow Day – a concerted attempt to break the Guinness World Record for the largest snowball fight (and provide some much-needed funding to Boys and Girls Clubs of King County).

The Fresh Consulting team is excited to play a role in this snow-filled endeavor, and looking forward to leaving our mark on the once-in-a-lifetime event (literally and figuratively).

To kick off the day, we are gathering our friends and family at Icon Grill downtown to prepare for the evening’s chilly activities with a hot meal, then venturing to the battle ground for a team huddle and collective fist bump.

Follow-up photos will be posted, along with a play-by-play of the day’s highlights.

For more information on the event, or to make a donation, please visit: www.snow.co

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