Maga’s Charleston crew recently sponsored and attended a special charity event, Gimme Shelter, on Thursday, April 18. The event was hosted by our office “neighbors” here at the Navy Yard — Operation Home. Our team was exited to support the local community, especially because it involved testing our bowling talents at The Alley in downtown Charleston. While some of the team seemed to have trouble hitting even a single pin at times, we all enjoyed supporting a good cause and mingling with the local community.
One of our Magateers, Meredith, ran the Cherry Blossom 10 mile race on Sunday. Instead of just the traditional finish time and photo crossing the finish line, the Cherry Blossom organizers generated a click-through infographic for each racer’s statistics. Continue reading Seeing Race Achievements
Swimsuit season is rapidly approaching… are you ready? According to this article from yesterday’s Wall Street Journal, there’s a good chance your answer is no. New government data revealed that Americans are more sedentary than ever — lazy folks and fitness junkies alike! This sedentary upswing suggests that an alarmingly few individuals achieve the daily 10,000 steps recommended by the American Heart Association. So how do we reverse this troubling trend? You guessed it, there’s an app for that. Meet: Fitbit.
Last night, as I enjoyed Harris Teeter’s finest crab legs (in honor of the Baltimore Ravens) and a room chilled Heineken, or 2, (in honor of Holland) I began to think about design and the effect it must have on the Super Bowl.