Our Team Celebrated the Holidays in Style
The holidays are the perfect time to spend with those who are special to you. At BHGRE Green Team, we want to ensure our agents and staff know how much we appreciate their hard work throughout the year. That’s why we hosted a fun and fabulous party for our team to get together and celebrate the holidays.
Everyone met at Silvio’s Villa in Warwick, NY for a night full of festive cocktails, great food, and even better company. The Real Estate business is always fast-paced and being able to take a night to enjoy ourselves was an amazing opportunity. The Caramel Macchiato, Candy Cane, and Grinch Martini’s kept everyone Holly and Jolly the whole night long. The entire Villa was full of smiles and laughter as we shared stories from throughout the year.
A Night Full of Laughs
With the party in full swing, everyone gathered for the white elephant gift exchange. It was a total mystery as to who would get what and what that gift would even be. Would the gift being opened be something fabulous like a bottle of wine? Or something not so fabulous like an ugly lamp or a plunger? What made this game so fun is that there were items that people truly wanted and others they absolutely do not.
Things got exciting when our agents were given the opportunity to steal gifts that others had already opened. The hot items of the night were a bottle of Jameson, a bottle of Whiskey, and 2 Holiday Gnomes. Krissy Many shocked us all when she took her husband, Kevin’s, bottle of booze; Kevin went up to pick out a new gift which led him to take home a pair of holiday socks with Geoff’s face on them. The steal of the night went to Vikki, who had the final pick of the day going home with her best friend’s gnomes…it’s still a sensitive subject.
When the night finally came to an end our BHGRE Green Team family had made many new joyful memories. Being able to take the time to be with our team as more than just colleagues is a great experience. We can’t wait until our next chance to party and spend some time Rockin around the Christmas tree together.