Who doesn’t love a little Nerf fun? Everyone took home some Nerf toys today.
Who needs butter when you have flavored popcorn for today’s gift? From birthday cake to pumpkin spice, there were flavors for all!
Everyone got a couple of movie tickets today along with a pocket friend: their very own Star Wars PEZ character to accompany them to the movies.
What good is a crepe maker without dozens of the most delicious crepe recipes?
Loaded with fruit, showered in powered sugar, spread with a little Nutella, drizzled in chocolate, and topped off with a little whipped cream—there’s a recipe for everyone.
Following up yesterday’s gift of something that you just can’t ruin (except by burning it), we added a little culinary complexity to or cuisine. Everyone took home a crepe maker today.
Just about everyone loves Christmas… well, unless you’re the main course.
Giving a little aromatherapy to everyone, today’s gift was a candle with a spin. Everyone received a candle that has a surprise ring inside. That’s like combining a candle with a box of Cracker Jack. Each candle has a toy surprise—actually, a real ring—inside that’s valued somewhere between $15 and $7,500.
Everyone received a new tumbler. There’s a little bit of everything: cats, robots, guitars, a keyboard, and some Big Bang Theory.
Once again, we’re into the 12 Days of Christmas. Continuing with a Juicebox tradition, everyone on the team receives a different gift each day to thank them for a great year.
We’re delighted to have launched a new website for INVISION Architecture earlier this year. It was a pleasure putting it together.
Anytime you tell the story of an organization that’s lasted longer than Twinkies, who opened their doors the same year they started digging dirt for the Panama Canal… it’s a pretty serious undertaking.
A few of our favorite things: recounting 101 years of history (and all of the other pop culture things that took place during those 100+ years), interesting bios with great photos, building a uniquely designed blog and thought leadership area, and creating interesting project pages. It’s unlike any other architecture website.
Take a look at www.invisionarch.com.