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Last summer’s Maark Makes event was such a success, that it was an easy decision for us to do it again this year. Like the previous party, we hosted the mixer 21 stories above Cambridge, on a rooftop with beautiful views of Boston and the Charles River as the clear, blue summer sky shifted to the pinks and oranges of sunset until finally settling into the twinkly lights of a cityscape at night.

We kept the changes from last year to a minimal. Commonwealth still brought the raw bar, the hors d’oeuvres, the cocktails. But we did add some live music to accompany the setting sun. Although, unless I missed it, nobody requested Up on the Roof.

Actually, lucky for you, I used up all my rooftop puns to describe last year’s event, so this year we just wanted to offer our sincere thanks to everyone who joined us high above the city to just hang out and enjoy the city Maark calls home. More people attended this year, and if that trend continues, we’ll soon have to find a bigger roof.

If you’re reading this, and you’re a client, a partner, a colleague, a friend, or someone really good at partying, you probably got an invite. If you didn’t, and want to make sure you’re on the invite list for next year, just drop us a line.

Because we are definitely going to party like this again next summer.

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Drinks were on the house at the first annual Maark Makes Mixer last week. And I mean that literally, as we were 21 stories above the streets of Cambridge. There, on a rooftop deck above a Charles River pointy with sailboats, we watched the sun go down and the Boston skyline get dark and dotted with window light as we ate food and drank cocktails catered by one of our favorite local restaurants, Commonwealth.

The theme for the night was “Maark Makes…” a nod to all the services we provide—brands, embedded applications, digital campaigns, digital products, mobile applications, business stories—but the point was just to hang out with friends, colleagues, and clients and really take in what a cool town Cambridge is to work in.

This was our first public event, and it was a really enjoyable time. Even better, nobody fell off the roof. So, automatic success. We can’t wait until next year’s event. It’ll hard to top 21 stories, but we’ll find a way.