Global Threads has been enjoying the holiday season being with its supporters.
Friends in Seattle joined in on a Gonzaga University vs. University of Washington basketball showdown in early December at Art Marble 21 in Westlake, where Global Threads spread a little basketball and holiday cheer. The watch party was attended largely by Gonzaga alumni—largely by friends of Global Threads. The food, libations and t-shirts (!!) Global Threads provided were surely a hit, as Zag fans were able to watch an awesome basketball game within the community they love, even away from Spokane.
Soon enough, as the game continued and it became clear who would be champion of the Evergreen State that evening, people were donning the Global Threads “State Champs” shirt all around Art Marble 21.
Further south in Dallas, Global Threads also hosted a holiday gathering, a follow up to the One Million Cups conference that Global Threads founder Kyle McAllister attended last month. McAllister says, “Some of the best inspiration comes from being around other startups and businesses owners.” Being centrally located in Dallas is an important aspect of Global Threads, and the community of Dallas has certainly welcomed us.
“After a record month it was important to give back” stated McAllister. Global Threads is ahead of schedule and we want to share with the communities with whom we do business.