AndersonBaron turns NINE!

We celebrated our 9th anniversary on June 26th with a Luau themed open house.  Friends, associates, clients, and vendors were invited to stop on by the office, chat with our staff, enjoy the musical styling of a steel drum band and of course get some delicious food from our favorite food trucks!  Aside from the heat, we really couldn’t tell if we were in Chandler or Waikiki 🙂  Everyone got the opportunity to see the new addition to our office that we expanded into earlier this spring.  We want to thank each and every one of you that came, called, sent flowers, treats, and well wishes on our special day.  Below are some pictures from the event, so if you missed it you can feel like you were here:

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The Food trucks showing AndersonBaron some love on Instagram that day!

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Guests enjoying some food, the entry became a popular “hang out”.

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Our crew really started to look like an aloha shirt gang.

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Aimee and Linsie looking great in yellow!

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Frank, Troy, and Szabo acting “natural”.

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The band was great!

On top of the great turnout and opportunity to see so many of your lovely faces, our beloved project manager, Ted, turned 60 on Monday!  We surprised him with a giant sign and everyone wore an aloha shirt in his honor.  If you don’t know Ted, he is a strong (and the sole) supporter of “hawaiian shirt Friday” at AndersonBaron.  He was the inspiration behind the Luau theme.  The only rough part was getting him out of the office to set up the surprise –  what better to say “Happy Birthday” than sending him on an ice-errand in 110 degree heat??

HAPPY BIRTHDAY TED! We appreciate everything you do and your smiling face in the office.

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Also, did anyone else notice one of the drummers looked like he could be Ted’s long lost brother?  At least a cousin!

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