Heller Ehrman Schwag Party – San Francisco

Word has gotten out that Firmwide Marketing is throwing a party today at 2:00 pm PDT to disburse some of the items which have been branded with the Heller Ehrman logo. Your cruise director suspects that the usual items (flash drives, coasters, magnets, etc.) will be included. But are there any other items that might or should be imprinted with the Heller Ehrman logo? Let’s make a list!

  • Mattspeak to English Dictionary. No, there isn’t an English to Mattspeak dictionary because Matt probably isn’t interested in hearing what you have to say. This handy tome will help you decipher various communications from Matt Larrabee, what they really mean and let you come to the realisation that none of your questions were answered.  Replaces the popular Heller Truth Speak Decoder Ring.
  • Heller Ehrman Office Space Square Footage Calculator.  Find out how much the build-out will really cost or what is needed to acquire that new office space.  Note: there is no return on investment function with this model. 

Anyone else want to add their favorite products in the Comments section?

To Our 7th Floor Friends,

Marketing cordially invites you to the first-ever, once-in-a-lifetime, and only Heller Ehrman Schwag Party. As a thank you to our 7th floor neighbors for putting up with us, we’re throwing open our closets and inviting you to grab some schwag and chat with some of your favorite marketing members. You’ll be amazed at the many things onto which we’ve slapped the Heller Ehrman logo.

Come to the Marketing Department area, outside of office 708, beginning at 2 pm on Wednesday, October 1.

We’ll have some beer to add a festive vibe to the occasion, but would welcome any libation contributions to the communal bucket.


Hope to see you there,

Marketing & Business Development


1 Response to “Heller Ehrman Schwag Party – San Francisco”

  1. 1 News Elf 1 October 2008 at 5:19 pm

    This party was not happening as planned. I went down at 2:15, searched the whole floor, but no party. Finally found someone and asked – they said the party had been canceled because of the “rumor” of a party had got out.

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