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March Newsletter

March 21st, 2019

The Funny Pages

Welcome to the Fun Enterprises Monthly Newsletter

March 2019

When I say...

Corporate Summer Outing

what do you think of? Check in with our VP of Corporate Relations, AC Anders!

When I was young my father’s company summer outing was a fishing trip. My father owned a mechanical contracting company, so he employed mostly men, but the families were invited.

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ken's caricature

Why should your college work with FUN?

FUN has been around for almost 3 decades and many of our staff, both in the office and on the road, have a background in higher education and programming. We have a very good idea of the educational event process and are sensitive to your needs and your concerns. We listen more and talk less. We are also a good resource.

Learn More

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Meet Nick B.


What do you do at FUN? I am responsible for making sure the artistic, photo, personalized, and do-it-yourself programs get packed for each event. Once each program is together, I load them into the vehicles that will be going to the events. I also trouble shoot the equipment. From cameras to heat presses, if there is an issue, I will attempt to fix it. Sometimes, I will go out and work the programs.

Your favorite FUN program: I like Spin Art. Creative or not you can make an awesome piece of art with this program.

                                                    Meet our team.


Visit our booth at

NACA Northern Plains!

           Fun Enterprises staff at NACA

FUN-tastic sale!

Don’t miss our Buy One Get One Sale on Artist Programs            

A few Fun Favorites:

Commonwealth BBQ, Wrentham,

Heidi’s Hollow Ice Cream, Hanson

Fun Enterprises at Tia's going away party

Fun Employment

We are currently looking to fill a full-time Event Staff position in our Stoughton, Massachusetts location. Candidates should be personable, enthusiastic individuals with a strong work ethic and a commitment to customer service.

  • High School Diploma or GED Certificate is preferred.
  • Must be personable, hardworking and able to work independently.
  • Strong customer service orientation.
  • Strong attention to detail and follow through.
  • Proven proficiency in the use of computer equipment/applications.
  • Ability to communicate clearly and concisely in written and verbal formats. * Punctual for all jobs and assignments. * Be able to lift 40 lbs. and stand up for prolonged periods of time.
  • Must have a valid driver’s license, reliable vehicle and a clean driving record.

Please send resumes to: [email protected]

open bookHave you booked yet?

Call us at 781-436-3187


This Month:
March Madness (3/19-4/8)
Spring Break
Employee Engagement Series 

Coming Up:
Easter Sunday (4/21)
Cinco De Mayo (5/5)
Finals Week
Mother’s Day (5/12)
Memorial Day (5/27)
Bring Your Child to Work Day (4.25.19)
Summer Programs 

Fun Facts

In January we were a part of 88 different events with 94 programs. The most popular program booked was our Caricature Program at 13 events with 22 Artists! We have many different programs for caricatures: Traditional hand drawn, digitally drawn, passport and airbrush. Our Passport program is becoming increasingly popular for themed events because it comes in a greeting card shape.

Jonathan     Will     Stan    Val

Trivia Corner

Question: The iconic video game character Mario was first seen in the video game Donkey Kong, but he was not called "Mario." What was he originally known as in his first video game appearance?


See below for the answer

spot the difference

Kim's Kitchen


Having a Holiday Event?  Easter is Sunday, April 21st

What's Trending?

table set up at event

Trivia Answer: He was originally known as “Jumpman”. He was also a carpenter then, not a plumber.

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