SapientNitro invites you to stop by the Colonnade Hotel after work on September 22, and join hundreds of Boston creative-types atop the city skyline. Come connect, imbibe and revel as the bubble machines are cranked up, the ducks are let loose, and the swanky rooftop pool is transformed into the biggest rooftop bathtub the city has ever seen. (Well, there haven't been that many, really. But still.)
So grab a stack of business cards, find that bathrobe you've been saving for a special occasion, and get ready for a glamorous affair—well, as glamorous as a tub of rubber duckies can get!
Thursday, September 22, 2011
Starting at 5:30 PM
120 Huntington Avenue
Boston, MA 02116
Ever heard of CrossFit? Well, we here at The Egotist are fans of this fitness training program. Local affiliate CrossFit Fenway puts it this way:
[CrossFit] is high-octane small-group personal training. This is millionaire results at bargain prices. This is constantly varied functional movements at high intensity. This is the finest 15 minutes of your day.
Well, this year Canton-based Reebok sponsored the CrossFit Games, an event that started in the spring and culminated in a three-day finals competition for the "world’s fittest athlete" just this past weekend in Carson, CA.
Why does all this matter? Besides the fact that Boston just got another helping of bragging rights – with local affiliate CrossFit New England winning it all in the team competition and Pembroke, Mass. native Stacey Kroon finishing 15th as "Fittest Athlete on Earth"? Well, this is a huge coup for Reebok. Because CrossFit is just getting bigger and bigger everyday (it has grown from 18 affiliated gyms in 2005 to about 1,700 in 2010). But more importantly, this kind of sponsorship and association brings about this kind of branded work:
Sounds simple enough, right? But we all know that fostering an environment and culture that is collaborative and fun is no small feat. So kudos to G2.
Now, just imagine if you had IdeaPaint on the walls of your parents' house growing up...
There really is something about being able to write and draw on the walls without getting punished for it. So, parents (and office managers) out there – just IdeaPaint the shit outta those walls already, will ya?