Livin’ In The Moment

The first (hopefully of many) “BluePoint After Hours” parties was held last night at the BluePoint world head quarters/loft. It was just a really good, old fashioned good time and great way to wind down on a Thursday night, if we must say so ourselves. Actually, many of our guests made a point to share their positive feedback:

“I was going to tell you that this was the best “work” party I’ve been to in a long time, but I think I have to leave out that qualifier – it was the best party I’ve been to in long, long time.”

“Loved the music, the food, and meeting your friends.”

“Thanks for a wonderful party. The band was excellent – too good for me to go up and sing with” 🙂

“What a great event last night at BluePoint! Thank you so much for having us. You guys have the perfect offices for that type of event and it was great to see you guys and meet new people. Look forward to the next one!”

If you were there you were part of it all. If not, here’s what you missed:

Great conversations among new and old friends, acquaintances, clients, businesses partners and “FOBs” – friends of BluePoint. Great live music by local fave John Cate, as well as some impromptu guest musicians like our own Andrew Soucy and good friends Marcy McCreary and Brian Flood rocking the house. How about that rendition of the Standell’s “Dirty Water”? – I think they heard it all the way in Kenmore Square. Great food and drink. Absolutely perfect weather – a little crisp with a Harvest Moon. A thrilling 2-1 game two World Series Sox win over the Rox, complimented nicely by the second best comeback in Boston College football history (bested only by Doug Flutie’s “Miracle in Miami”) as the number two Eagles shocked Virginia Tech in the final two minutes, 14-10, keeping a National Championship bid and Matt Ryan’s Heisman hopes alive.

Does it get any better than this?

Thanks to all who attended and made it a success. And to those who could not make it, you were missed. But hey, in response to customer demand, we’re going to have to do it again.


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