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Streetsense Party on the Plaza (Photos)
The company celebrates the opening of its new office in Bethesda.
The Streetsense party was buzzing with happy partygoers. Photograph by Jeff Elkins.
Comments () | Published November 5, 2013

Last night, local multidisciplinary design and strategy firm Streetsense celebrated the grand opening of its new office atop the Bethesda Metro station with a party for clients, partners, employees, and friends. At the beginning of the office’s grand-opening party, Montgomery County executive Ike Leggett presented a certificate to Streetsense on behalf of the Office of the County Executive recognizing the expansion of the company in Montgomery County and its placement on Inc. magazine’s 5000 list of Fastest Growing Private Companies.

Celebrity chef Mike Isabella and his team prepared a special menu for the event including items such as spicy roast pork belly lettuce wraps with red chili mojo, and local cocktail king Derek Brown concocted specialty drinks while guest deejay Erik Bruner-Yang—best known as Toki Underground’s chef—kept the party bumping.

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