On giving thanks

Steve Boudreault
Steve Boudreault | 11 min. read
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Published on November 21, 2012

On the surface, it’s a day off in November dedicated to food, family, football, and invariably falling asleep on the couch until it’s time for leftovers. But at its essence — and in the name of the holiday itself — it’s a day for giving thanks for all of the blessings we have in our lives. Sometimes we take those blessings for granted, and Thanksgiving is the perfect time for reflection and gratitude.

Here at Buildium, we have an awful lot to be thankful for. It’s been a year of tremendous growth and industry recognition. We’ve been able to help thousands of customers navigate their way through issues that have come up. We’ve crossed thresholds and established milestones.

But more important than that, as individuals, we’ve grown closer. We’ve shared many laughs around the lunchroom table. Had the opportunity to spend time with each other’s extended families and plus-ones. Enjoyed euphoric highs and crushing lows with Boston’s storied sports teams. Sent a few of our own off to the altar. And yes, eaten a donut or two together.

And you know what all of that bonding creates? A family. A Buildium family. And that family doesn’t end within our walls. It extends to all of you. All of our loyal customers and fans, all of the companies we work with, everybody. One big Buildium family.

So we’d like to take this opportunity to say how thankful we are. For each other, for all of you, and for the amazing company we get to work for each and every day. From all of us at Buildium, we wish you and yours a very happy, safe, and healthy Thanksgiving.

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Steve Boudreault

Steve has more than 15 years of experience in copywriting and editing for brands big and small. He's based in Boston.

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