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The 250th Blog Post Extravaganza – A Look Into PMG Culture

2 MINUTE READ | December 8, 2014

The 250th Blog Post Extravaganza – A Look Into PMG Culture

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Earl Hwang

Earl Hwang has written this article. More details coming soon.

There is a lot riding on my shoulders as this is the 250th blog post in the history of the PMG Blog.

Am I nervous?  Yes.

Am I excited?  You bet your ass!

For this particular piece, I wanted to give you all a little piece of what it’s like to be a part of the PMG culture through some great email strings and things I have seen from our friends in the office.  For all the hard work we do, we also like have fun.  Enjoy and take notes if you must. 😉

1.) That time that David Gong shared a random LinkedIn invite to the group…

2.) Val goes overboard on every email string… EVER.

– Would love to post these, but they are never HR friendly.  That being said, Val hails from Lithuania.  Their men are strong, and their email game is even stronger…

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3.) ASS Club.

It’s not what you think.  A prestigious group of Asian upstarts starting the Asian Study Society (ASS Club).  Built upon a foundation of SAT prep and nostalgic stories of the homeland, this group focuses on spreading the Asian cheer to the rest of the gaijin residents of the office. Take your shoes off before coming in please…


4.) That time David taught Carlos a lesson on the “Burn.” – with a little help from Chris Alvares.

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5.) Christmas Party.

Nothing gets me more fired up than the company Christmas Party.  Last year we went to stay at a swank resort in San Antonio and we were not disappointed.

6.) Handphones by Hands by Dre

This one time…

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7.) RIP Chris Davis

Just kidding… he’s alive and kicking.  I just put this here, because he probably hates this so much.

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In closing, this is one hell of a place to work.  Not only are the people top notch, but we are also doing some really innovative things for our clients.  I’m proud to be a part of the PMG family and there’s nothing quite like it.  These people are my family and I appreciate everyone’s willingness to have fun while they work.

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So here’s to another 250 blog posts…. *clink *burp