A Very Hoffman Holiday Party

Hoffman Christmas Tree

As winter chills begin to settle and office work dwindles down, the Hoffman Agency pauses to reflect–what kind of year was 2012?  Through the challenges faced and achievements won, Hoffman has conquered as a team. It’s no wonder we’re celebrating!

Here are a few snippets of how we’re enjoying the holidays around the world:

London Hoffman Christmas

 In London, the Hoffman team celebrated in true British fashion with crackers, paper hats and a delicious dinner to boot.


Hoffman group 1
While in San Jose, The Hoffman Agency was treated to a sumptuous luncheon whipped up by Lou’s wife, Heather and their daughter, Grace. 

 Hoffman group 2

 They then enjoyed a game of White Elephant where many presents were swiped and stolen. Gift highlights include: a Willy Mays commemorative statuette, an ice cream scoop with Ben & Jerry’s gift card and, of course, the quintessential Snuggie. 

 HK Hoffman Christmas
Finally, in Hong Kong, the team tucked into a buffet banquet feast at the suave and elegant EAST Hotel in Tai Koo. The festivities included a lucky draw, “snatch and grab” secret Santa and toasts to the team as 2012 draws to a close. The highlight of the night, however, was definitely the “Hong Kong Hoffies” – awards given to members of the team who have demonstrated outstanding skills critical to the PR profession. A big shout out to Clara Liu (best presenter), Sherry Siu (best media relations), Aries Lee (best content development) and Jessica Ching (best consultant). Here’s to a fruitful, fun and fulfilling 2013! 

To all of you who have stuck with us throughout the year—thank you. We wish you a very happy and relaxing holiday season.

This one is for you.

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