ESC—for the holidays

Hey, Everything Summer Camp Fans!Find out what ESC folks are doing for Christmas.

Here at Everything Summer Camp I like to post about the people who work for our company so that our Blog readers get a clearer understanding of who we are—not just as a company, but as a group of people.

Everyone around here celebrates Christmas, so I went around the office asking what people’s plans were for the holiday. People around the office here are certainly in full swing of the Christmas season. Their plans are set and their presents are wrapped.

NATE
First, I made a trip over to the printshop to talk to our Graphics manager, Nate. Nate told me that his Christmas plan was driving…essentially. He’s making trips out across the state to see his grandparents as well as his wife’s grandparents on Christmas Eve. It’s a tradition he and his wife look forward to, but it makes for a long day.

They’re happy to share the day at home on Christmas morning with their three kids as they tear open their presents from Santa.

ART
Next, I journeyed over to the main building. Art, our maintenance guy was outside on a ladder, replacing outdoor bulbs. He told me about the Christmas party he’s attending with his wife’s family. Pat’s got a big family; roughly 45 of Art’s in-laws attend this shindig at Pat’s sister’s house. They eat and have a gift exchange. His mother-in-law buys something for EVERYbody!

Sounds pretty Christmasy to me!

GUNNAR
Lastly, I went to go see one of our newest faces, Gunnar, our Graphic Artist for the Everything Summer Camp website. He and his family always make a trip to his grandmother’s where they have their Christmas dinner together. Gunnar enjoys his family’s Christmas celebration, but, in a whisper, expressed his superior excitement to go see the new Star Wars movie.

No matter what your traditions are and who you celebrate the holidays with, I wish you all a Merry Christmas and happy times in the company of those you love. And, as always, thanks for reading.

- John Enjoy your Christmas, whatever you do!

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