MakeOffices opened its 40,000 square foot, flagship Clarendon co-working space on June 1. This Thursday, June 16, the company will be celebrating with a “can’t miss” launch party — and you’re invited.
“Enjoy our tasty cocktails and drinks, indulge in food from local hotspots, and rock out to a live band,” says the event’s RSVP page. “Weather-permitting we’ll take the party out on the patio with cornhole. Come mingle with us and meet [hundreds of] fellow movers and shakers.”
The event will feature:
- A live band
- Food and drink from Bowl’d, Endo Sushi, Nicecream Factory and more
- Fun and games, both indoors and outdoors
- Door drawings for $100 gift cards to PF Chang’s, Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar, Wolfgang Puck’s The Source, Peet’s Coffee & Tea, Spa Finder
- Drawings for an Apple Watch and a Anker Bluetooth portable speaker, for those who collect the requisite “stamps” for their passport by visiting each launch party vendor station
The party is taking place from 6-10 p.m. on Thursday at MakeOffices Clarendon (3100 Clarendon Blvd, second floor).
MakeOffices is a destination for startups, small businesses and freelancers who want to grow their network and get serious work done. Plus, your employees will love coming here too — the offices attractive and well-furnished, and the space is stocked with all the coffee and beer you could ever need. The staff is friendly and takes care of all of the office-related upkeep, allowing your company to focus on what it does best. Plus, there’s ample parking for those who need it and a direct, underground connection to the Clarendon Metro station.
ARLnow.com has its offices in MakeOffices Clarendon — from 6-8 p.m. on Thursday if you ask for us we’ll show you around, point out our office and tell you more about why we like it here.
The event is totally free, but you must RSVP here.
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