CCAH Blog: Industry Voices

Taking Time to Say “Thanks” – A CCAH Holiday Tradition

Posted by Kim Cubine on Dec 21, 2016 10:00:00 AM

It was a festive mood as always at the annual Holiday Party celebrating with staff and clients on the East Coast. Against the backdrop of The Living Room in Washington, D.C., everyone gathered to enjoy lively conversations, good food, great music and holiday cheer. Even Frank the Feral, mascot of Alley Cat Allies, chose to take time away from his important feline duties to make an appearance!

The holidays are a great time to reflect on all of the good things that surround us. CCAH is particularly grateful for our great staff, amazing clients and partners that support us in ways large and small all year long. Our Holiday Party is our way of showing our appreciation – but also a great way to connect outside of the conference rooms in a more relaxed setting.

It’s important to reenergize, talk, laugh, and yes, even dance with colleagues and friends before we collectively take on the opportunities and challenges that 2017 holds. With that thought in mind, I’d like to thank everyone who attended and extend a ‘Thank You’ and ‘Happy Holidays’ to all who could not!

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CCAH Supporting Homeless Charity this Thanksgiving!

Posted by CCAH Admin on Nov 20, 2015 3:13:33 PM

Thanksgiving is Thursday, November 26th. With its arrival, the holiday season is upon us!

Most of us look forward to a Thanksgiving marked by festive meals and gatherings with family and friends, but not everyone is fortunate enough to enjoy such luxuries

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CCAH Lending a Helping Hand for the Holidays

Posted by Admin CCAH on Nov 19, 2014 4:58:00 PM

By Meg Kross Lee, Vice President of Client Services| Now that the calendar has turned to November, the holidays are just around the corner. For most of us, the holidays are a joyous season, bringing friends and family together and sharing good times and good cheer. It also is an important time to remember those who are not as fortunate as we are and do what we can to ease their burden.

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