Fall Events at Baypoint

December 2016 – With a number of new tenants moving in, and several tenant events, autumn brought lots of activity to Baypoint.

After the popularity of the first event in April, Baypoint again partnered with Quicksilver Recycling Services to host an Electronics Recycling Event in September.  ProShred added value by joining in to provide free document shredding. The event gave tenants the opportunity to recycle electronic equipment such as computers, servers, peripherals and office machines. Quicksilver staff removed hard drives and destroyed them on the spot, giving tenants peace of mind that their data and privacy were secure. ProShred staff shredded up to five boxes of documents per person, ensuring secure destruction of sensitive information while tenants watched.

In October, Baypoint hosted a Flu Shot Clinic for tenants. A Walgreens pharmacist and store manager administered flu vaccines for tenants and their employees. About 50 people took advantage of the opportunity to get flu shots in the convenience of the workplace.

October 31st  brought the first ever Baypoint Halloween Costume Contest and party. Dozens of tenants showed up in costumes ranging from spooky to funny, political to superheroes, or just weirdly original, and others came to watch and judge the contest. Everyone enjoyed pizza and Halloween treats, along with a lot of laughs, and several winners walked away with gift cards as prizes.

In November, Baypoint partnered with tenant Robert Half to host a Toy Drive to benefit Boys and Girls Clubs. Toy collection boxes were placed in each building lobby for about three weeks, then the donated toys were delivered to the Robert Half office to be distributed to underprivileged children shortly before Christmas.

December saw the annual Baypoint Tenant Holiday Party. About 700 attendees enjoyed an enhanced continental breakfast catered by Just Desserts, as well as time out of the office to socialize with fellow employees and other tenants before the busy holiday season kicked in.