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Aware’s 2014 Kickoff Party



Brookley Wofford
Brookley Wofford

Aware’s kickoff event was a wonderful testament to the exciting 2013 we had, and it makes us even more eager to see what 2014 has in store.

Awarians and their guests arrived at Bar Lucrat in downtown Minneapolis last Thursday evening looking quite dapper and ready to celebrate the new year. With so many milestone achievements in 2013, there was a lot to celebrate. This year marked Aware’s 15th anniversary, the launch of the new AwareWeb.com, our 3rd Sitecore North American Site of the Year award, another Sitecore MVP win and the addition of some outstanding new team members and great clients.

Aware treated attendees to a cocktail and hors d'oeuvres hour followed by a fabulous sit down dinner and dessert social hour. During dinner Aware’s President and CEO, Trevor Olson, and Chairman and CEO, Jeremy Ziegler, congratulated the team on a spectacular year and shared their excitement for the year ahead. Take a peek at some of this year’s 2014 kickoff highlights:

Aware’s Chairman and CEO, Jeremy Ziegler, and President and CEO, Trevor Olson, along with their wives, welcome guests as they arrive to the cocktail hour.

Trevor and Jeremy officially welcome all Awarians and their guests to the 2014 kickoff party at Bar Lucrat in downtown Minneapolis.

Trevor and Jeremy congratulate the team on a successful 2013 as the Bar Lucrat staff prepares an amazing meal.

Guests socialize as they prepare to taste some delicious bites.

Awarians and their guests converse over cocktails as they wait for the next course.

It’s always great to see your team outside of the work environment!

Everyone is all smiles when it comes time for the dessert and post-dinner cocktail hour!

Nathan and his wife make a quick stop by the smorgasbord of wonderful desserts before Aware wraps up yet another fun event.

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