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Austin area small businesses have gathered together to throw the first annual (Small) Office Holiday party benefiting the Capital Area Food Bank of Texas.

Austin area small businesses have gathered together to throw the first annual (Small) Office Holiday party benefiting the Capital Area Food Bank of Texas.

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    • For Immediate Release Local  Companies  Come  Together  To  Throw  Joint   (Small)  Office  Party  Benefitting  The  Capital  Area   Food  Bank   Austin  Area  Small  Businesses  Are  Creating  The  Traditional   Corporate  Holiday  Office  Party  While  Supporting  Local  Charity   Austin  area  companies  are  coming  together  to  support  other   small  businesses  with  less  then  five  employees  who  may  feel  left   out  of  the  holiday  company  celebrations  by  throwing  the  first   annual  “(Small)  Office  Holiday  Party.”  Amiti  Advising,  Core   Media  Enterprises,  Localize  Austin,  and  the  Frederick  Mountain   Group  have  teamed  up  to  throw  a  “classic”  office  party  for  area     businesses,  all  while  supporting  local  charity.  The  party  takes  place  December  8,  2011  from   6:00-­‐9:00  pm  at  Trifecta  located  at  360  Nueces  #30  in  Austin,  Texas.  The  cost  to  get  in  is  either   3  non-­‐perishable  food  items  or  a  $5  donation  for  the  Capital  Area  Food  Bank.  Attendees  will   also  receive  drink  specials  and  door  prizes.  For  more  details  about  the  event  and  to  register   visit  http://www.eventbrite.com/event/2532300178/efbnen.     Austin  is  home  to  many  startups  and  small  businesses.  The  “(Small)  Office  Holiday  Party”   celebrates  the  hard  work  these  businesses  are  doing  while  giving  them  an  opportunity  to   experience  the  perks  often  associated  with  larger  companies.  By  making  it  a  charity  event,  the   founders  also  hope  to  reinforce  a  sense  of  community.  “We  wanted  to  give  small  businesses  a   way  to  feel  included  this  holiday  season,”  says  Core  Media  Enterprises  founder  Ruben  Cantu.   Tony  Aguilar,  founder  of  Amiti  Advising  adds,    “Giving  back  to  the  community  at  the  same  time   makes  the  celebration  even  better.”         Amiti  Advising  is  an  Austin  based  financial  planning  firm.  Amiti  is  founded  on  the  idea  that  we   can  “Live  fun,  Live  smart”  by  making  smart  financial  decisions  that  allow  us  to  have  the  life  we   want  today  and  in  the  future.  Amiti  works  primarily  with  college  students,  young  professionals,   and  new  families  by  offering  comprehensive  financial  advice  for  a  low  monthly  fee.  For  the  cost   of  a  gym  membership  people  are  able  to  get  the  same  high  quality,  expert  financial  advice  as  the   big  commission  based  firms.  Learn  more  by  visiting  www.amitiadvising.com.     Core  Media  Enterprises  is  full-­‐scale  multimedia  production  company.  Their  vision  is  to  “Create   Opportunities  that  Revolutionize  and  Empower  people  through  media.  We  aim  to  provoke   thought  and  foster  change.”  Through  animation,  live  streaming,  and  full-­‐scale  production  Core   Media  Enterprises  helps  companies  and  people  share  their  stories  through  media.  Learn  more   by  visiting  www.coremediaent.com.