During our happy hour last week, we tried a new, fall drink. Here’s our how to video. Try it and let us know what you think!
Halloween is serious business at Crisp Marketing. We had several days of activities planned out with different themes.
Are you good or evil? Hannah and Carisa chose the dark side.
Happy Toesday! We wore crazy, fun socks for this day of festivities.
Monster Monday was a hit!
Have you picked out your Halloween costume yet? Don’t wait until the last minute! Halloween is next week.
Vogue put a list together of the most Googled costumes for 2018.
“Look, pretty much everything is crowdsourced these days, so why not your Halloween costume? For the truly uninspired, seeking out this year’s most Googled Halloween costumes can do the trick when you need a quick fix. (Alternatively, if your goal is to stand out, you can find out which ideas to steer clear from.) The results may surprise you—or not, if you’re a Fortnite fan. According to Google, the video game is the number one most searched costume in a whopping 43 states. Accordingly, it leads the top 10 list below for the whole country, but there are a few interesting additions: “Pirate” is still going strong, for example, many years after Jack Sparrow has been on our screens; and would you know that “Rabbit” is a top contender, maybe because of its versatility? There’s cute rabbit (Ralphie in A Christmas Story), scary rabbit (Donnie Darko), and even a sexy rabbit option, as in Jessica.
Below are the top 10 most Googled costumes for the year overall, then the top searches for the mere seven states in which Fortnite did not dominate.”
Boss’s Day can be traced all the way back to 1958. A State Farm Insurance Co. in Illinois, Patricia Bays Haroski, decided to register the holiday with the U.S Chamber of Commerce.
The purpose of her creating the holiday wasn’t just to honor her own boss but so all employees could honor their bosses. She thought that Boss’s Day would become instrumental in improving employer-employee relations.
In 1962, the Illinois Governor heard about the holiday and officially proclaimed the day as an observance.
Have you ever had one of those days where everything goes wrong? Billy is having one of those today.
Happy National Frustration Day!
For the month of October, we’re having Halloween themed happy hour celebrations. Everyone is encouraged to dress up and all of our drinks will be special Halloween drinks.
Our drink for today, Friday October 5, is called Witches Brew. Here’s our recipe:
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 5 minutes
1 fresh lime
3 drops purple food coloring
1 tbsp sugar (we used black sanding sugar from the baking aisle)
1/3C lime juice
1/4C raspberry liqueur
7UP or Sprite
Start by preping 4 lowball glasses:
Cut the lime in half and squeeze the juice together into a saucer.
Add the purple food coloring and mix with a cocktail stick.
Place the sugar in a second saucer.
Dip your glass rim into the lim juice and then into the sugar.
Set each glass aside.
Pour the vodka, lime juice, and raspberry liqueur into a cocktail shaker and add ice.
Strain into your prepared glasses and top with the 7UP or Sprite.
Have you seen the classic film, Mean Girls? There are endless possibilities when it comes to quoting to movie, but one of the most popular is the exchange between Cady Heron and Aaron Samuels.
“On October 3rd he asked me what day it was.
Aaron: What day is it?
Cady: October 3rd.”
Celebrate Mean Girls Day by watching this fetch movie and sharing your favorite quotes.
Originally this American holiday started the last day of school in September. It was intended to encourage students to ask more questions.
People say that there’s no such thing as a stupid question… so feel free to ask any question, stupid or not, today!
The International Day of Peace is observed around the world each year on September 21. It was established in 1981 by unanimous United Nations resolution. Peace Day provides a globally shared date for all humanity to commit to Peace above all differences and to contribute to building a Culture of Peace.
This year’s Peace Day is the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights!
Our Friday afternoon tradition is a themed Happy Hour! Every Friday at 4:00, we get together in our lobby to enjoy some refreshing drinks with all of our co-workers.
Here we have our owner, Chris (first photo), and our Junior Designer, Hayley (second photo) trying out a Beergaritas in honor of Beer day on August 3.
On Friday, August 7, we had the 7 & 7 from Saturday Night Fever. Have you seen it?