Microsoft Celebrates America’s Birthday With Style in Cambridge

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The view from One Memorial Drive's first floor patio. WHOA!

What would you look like if you were 236 years old?  I’m no doctor, but I predict you’d be rather BLUE. Red, white and blue that is, like America!

Glitter tattoos were a hit for all ages.

 

Wednesday the City of Boston hosted the country’s biggest Independence Day celebration with The Boston Pops, Jennifer Hudson and local rock stars The Drop Kick Murphys.  Even people in Kansas were watching this celebration on CBS.

Go Big or Go Home.

Go big or go home right? Well, that’s how we feel.  800 guests celebrated at One Memorial Drive with family, friends, food and fun!  DJ Jasper from Siagel Productions provided an upbeat and family-friendly atmosphere with music and dancing.  Bakers Best and Kickass cupcakes enabled us to indulge because a holiday without overeating just becomes a regular ol’ boring day.  LMPK Marketing and Affiliates brought us loads of entertainment in the form of face painting, glitter tattoos and Great Scott Balloon Productions.  Tophat provided instant souvenirs with their ever-so-popular photo booths.

Happy patriots!

As hundreds of thousands of people assembled with blankets on the esplanade, boats on the Charles and chairs along the river, party goers migrated to windows and patios for prime viewing of the fireworks.  See more pictures from the party on Facebook!

Family bonding.

 

 

Would you like to attend this party next year?  Fill one of our open positions and get a VIP invite to celebrate America’s 237th birthday with our family!

Boats and people lining up in the afternoon to get a good spot for the show.

Baker's Best setting up for the festivities.

Playing Dance Central II on Xbox Kinect.

INCREDIBLE VIEW!

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