Company Culture in View and in Practice

At BlueFletch, we’re proud of our company culture. We’re inclusive, we encourage collaboration and, most importantly, have a great time. Whether lending a hand in the community or staying late and playing board games – we like to spend time together and fun is of the upmost importance! Here are just a few of the recent activities we’ve enjoyed together this month –

March Madness

BlueFletch employees, clients and special guests let loose for an afternoon of hoops & games at our headquarters located on North Avenue. The March Madness event had three rooms with a total of five tv’s airing the basketball games simultaneously.

The madness continued with a variety of food. The buffet had a total of 23 pizzas, 150 wings, & a large salad from Mellow Mushroom. Unfortunately, several people were left in food coma for the rest of the evening.

Some St. Patrick’s Day party favors, mustache stickers & Irish pins made for a colorful Friday full of celebration as well.

Squares became a competitive topic & stakes were high during the games. Two Square games reached a pot total of over 100 dollars. Micheal Milord walked away with a cup full of bills, only to bet more. While Gino Emanuel came in with a big win at the end of the night.

Jim Wilson remains in first place with his “Roundball Bracket.” But with two weeks of March Madness remaining, it is hard to predict who will score the win  the bracket.

march madness

march madness


Bowl Baby Bowl

All smiles at BlueFletch’s quarterly team outing at Midtown Bowl!

BlueFletcher’s were competitive with their fellow colleagues for a night of food, brews, & laughs. No rookies were spotted on the lanes.

David Newman bowling with his signature curve ball for a night of success. Jim Wilson was knocking down pin for pin, leaving the bowling alley with a high score. But Nicole Gatlin picked up on Wilson’s spin technique early in the game, giving him a run for his money. Rick Makerson finished the night bowling a turkey.

Fletcher’s also took on Midtown’s famous appetizer, “The Big Nasty” a
concoction of french fries, tater tots & homemade potato chips topped with chili, cheese & jalapeño poppers. No word on how it affected our bowling skills.