Panel Built Christmas Party
It’s the most wonderful time of the year.
Friday, December 7th, marked the date of this year’s Panel Built Christmas party, and it was certainly one for the ages. Thanks to beautiful facilities and hospitality provided by the Union County Community Center, this year’s Christmas Party was set up for success, and delivered! After another year of hard work, it was time to unwind.
The evening began with the arrival of guests and the compiling of presents under the tree. As the gifts were being arranged, the employees mixed and mingled, taking advantage of every opportunity for a photo. The shipping department’s Dennis O’Brien, confidently wearing what looked like a 70’s taxi cab driver’s hat, probably had the evening’s most interesting attire.
Once the employees and their significant others finished filing in, Sales Manager Adam McPherson gave thanks, and the dinner commenced. Consisting of heavy hors d’oeuvres and delicious entrees, the catered dinner was a treat. As the dinner wound down, and GM Dave Arnold made an appearance, Marketing Assistant Richard Sarrell took the podium for a (largely improvised) slideshow recap of 2012. Jokes were made, polite laughter ensued, and the presentation was (thankfully) over fairly quick.
With the recap out of the way, it was time for the draw-gift game. With roughly 40 presents to choose from, employees unwrapped, admired, and promptly stole each other’s gifts. The Community Center staff members watched in awe, as the full-grown light-heartedly connived and planned their gift-thieving attacks. However, everyone went home satisfied.
It’s been another great year for Panel Built, Inc. and we thank all of our customers, suppliers, and distributors for their continued support. We wish you all a Merry Christmas and continued success in the New Year.
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