Taking a break from dissecting storytelling techniques, here’s a look behind the curtain at the Agency.
Our annual pancake breakfast in our Silicon Valley office took place yesterday. As part of this tradition, the senior team cooked breakfast for the staff.
I think it’s fair to say that a good time was had by all.
Kudos to Scott VanSickle and Brenda Foster for organizing the big event.
As a testament to the food, several people mentioned they don’t “do carbs” in the morning, but made an exception for the pancake fest.
Most folks ordered the pancakes, sausage and fruit.
In answer to the question, “How many PR people does it take to handle one griddle?” Vishal Bali, Scott VanSickle and Steve Burkhart (left to right) prove the answer to be three.
Lydia, Lau, our VP of operations based in Hong Kong, was in Silicon Valley this week and volunteered for the sausage station.
That’s Lydia in the background concentrating on turning a link (sausage, not a URL).
As you can see in the foreground, like McDonald’s we also offered some healthy alternatives.
It’s exhausting channeling a short-order cook.
After everyone was properly fortified for the morning, I took a break along my wife, Heather.
In the spirit of community, we’re happy to share our expertise and lessons learned with other organizations interested in exploring their own “Flippin’ Pancakes” event.
Note: Special thanks to Carlos Mangandy for photographing the festivities.
It was my honor to serve the team and it’s a good way to start the amazing day – can tell from your smile at the end of the day 🙂
You handled the sausage station like a pro.
What a great event. Those berries look amazing.
I’ll share a little secret.
They tasted amazing too!
You can judge the pancake demonstration in September Lou! Hope I can be a pro too.