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A Property Manager's Guide to Friendsgiving

On the surface, it seems like there wouldn't be much to complain about when it comes to Thanksgiving. There are so many positives:

  • Holiday revolves around food, most of which being brown carbs (which are the most delicious carbs)
  • No work/school
  • Parade
  • Friends episodes with Brad Pitt/Underdog

Yet, dig a little deeper, and you'll discover some not-so-fun aspects:

  • Never enough oven space
  • Football all day
  • Someone always brings up politics
  • Traced hand doesn't really look like a turkey
  • Hot take: pecan pie is actually too sweet/disgusting

Maybe this is why Friendsgiving has become so popular. You get to choose who to invite. You're not stuck slaving over a hot stove all day because other people are bringing dishes as well. The food doesn't necessarily have to be Thanksgiving food, just delicious. And there's wine. So much wine.

As property managers, you can throw an equally fun Friendsgiving (Residentsgiving? Tenantsgiving?) at your apartment buildings. It could be a great way for the residents to bond and feel like they are really a part of a community. Here's how.

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