Perks and Recreation
Here are new ways to entertain, feed, and treat summer associates and interns.
1. Made-to-Order T-Shirts
Give them something to remember you by: Los Angeles-based Family Industries brings live screen printing to any site to create custom shirts, tote bags, or other cotton items on the spot. Packages include four hours of screen printing (plus an hour each of setup and takedown), art consultation and creation of as many as four designs, and staff.
2. In-Office Lunches
Delaware-based chain Capriotti’s, opened its first West Coast location in January. Signature sandwiches include the Bobbie (roasted turkey, stuffing, cranberry sauce, and mayo) and the Capastrami (hot pastrami, melted Swiss cheese, Russian dressing, and coleslaw). The shop offers catering and delivery options—including hot, cold, and vegetarian selections. Sandwich platters begin around $5 per person.
3. Theme Park Fun
King Kong 360 3D, a new version of the ride created under the direction of filmmaker Peter Jackson, is slated to reopen this summer at Universal Studios. Guests don 3-D glasses as they enter a dark soundstage aboard Studio Tour trams and eventually encounter the 25-foot beast. All trams have been upgraded with flat-screen HD monitors that play commentary from filmmakers and actors. Movie and TV clips flesh out the journey. Discounts are available for groups of 10 or more, and are priced around $50 per person.
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