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November 1st, 2019
Welcome to the Fun Enterprises Monthly Newsletter
Check out Joel Christian Gill's new book!
Joel Christian Gill (Strange Fruit, Fast Enough) and Oni Press have announced their next collaboration, Fights: One Boy’s Triumph Over Violence, a graphic memoir documenting the creator’s childhood to be released in 2020.
Oni’s description of the comic reads: “Fights is Joel Christian Gill’s visceral and deeply affecting memoir chronicling his youth and coming of age as a poor Black child in a chaotic southern landscape of rough city streets and foreboding backwoods during the crack cocaine boom of the 1980s.” click here for more
Contact Bonnie Fox at (253-229-4390 or [email protected] to book Joel for your next Speaking Engagement
Want to make a difference during the holidays?
Rather than go into the multitude of reasons why people have a hard time at the holidays, let me share a list of how you can help...
Click the links below for some great ideas, recipes and FUN!
THE 33rd Annual 2019 BOSTON CHRISTMAS FESTIVAL Don't forget to print out your $2.00 off coupon for admission at the door!
Historical Fun Facts
Fun started in a 3 room office in Weymouth, MA.
Originally there were 3 owners.
Wayde Anders was a Champion Amateur Golfer.
We've had 4 marriages that are a direct result of people working here.
The average length of employment for the office staff (not including the owners) is 18 years!
Nick, Donna, AC and Kim
That time of Year Again...
by Anne-Celeste Anders, CMP
It’s that time of year again, when companies start the conversations on whether to have a Holiday Party. There are so many things that affect the answer to this question. Over the past few years many employees have been asked to work longer and harder, often without any more compensation. We try to find ways to make them feel good about the places they work, through saying thank you in a variety of ways. One way to thank them is with an event that says, “thank you”. Having something to round out the calendar year and kick off a new year is a great idea. However, companies still struggle with the obvious questions: is it in the budget, what is our liability, what type of event should we have, when should we have it, who do we invite and who is going to plan it? Read More
Newsletter written and edited by Debra Holland - November 2019