Team GRIT Shares Our Favorite Thanksgiving Traditions

When you're interacting on the Internet, it's easy to forget that there are real, live people on the other side of the screen.  With that in mind, we're sharing our favorite Thanksgiving traditions today on the blog - read on, and get to know team GRIT! 

 Tish Scolnik, CEO  "Before we eat, we go around the table and everyone says what they're thankful for this year."

Tish Scolnik, CEO

"Before we eat, we go around the table and everyone says what they're thankful for this year."

 Ben Judge, CTO  "Traveling to three thanksgiving meals in one day. And having cranberry sauce at every one!"

Ben Judge, CTO

"Traveling to three thanksgiving meals in one day. And having cranberry sauce at every one!"

 Tyler Harris, Veteran Coordinator, Solutions Coach  "For me, spending time with my wife and family, enjoying a great meal, then some calls to my fellow service members overseas. Last but not least, watching some Football!"

Tyler Harris, Veteran Coordinator, Solutions Coach

"For me, spending time with my wife and family, enjoying a great meal, then some calls to my fellow service members overseas. Last but not least, watching some Football!"

 Mike Halpert, Solutions Coach  “Mom’s homemade cinnamon rolls while we all watch the parade. A round of golf with my dad. Going around the Thanksgiving table and stating what we have been thankful for. This will be a tradition this year, so thankful for my family for this past year.

Mike Halpert, Solutions Coach

“Mom’s homemade cinnamon rolls while we all watch the parade. A round of golf with my dad. Going around the Thanksgiving table and stating what we have been thankful for. This will be a tradition this year, so thankful for my family for this past year.

 Chris Parsons, Solutions Coach  Stay tuned!

Chris Parsons, Solutions Coach

Stay tuned!

 Alex Guarco, Operations Manager  “My family eats its body weight in a Thanksgiving feast and then -- after a couple of beverages -- we test our familial bond with a game of Pictionary, Taboo, or "the dice game."

Alex Guarco, Operations Manager

“My family eats its body weight in a Thanksgiving feast and then -- after a couple of beverages -- we test our familial bond with a game of Pictionary, Taboo, or "the dice game."

 Mike Rappa, Production Manager  “Everything changes each year, two things are constant; pie and naps"

Mike Rappa, Production Manager

“Everything changes each year, two things are constant; pie and naps"

 Nerissa Cannon, Community Manager  "My favorite tradition is not having a tradition! For years now every Thanksgiving has been a unique experience and that's really exciting for me."

Nerissa Cannon, Community Manager

"My favorite tradition is not having a tradition! For years now every Thanksgiving has been a unique experience and that's really exciting for me."

 Adrienne Ritchie, Director of Marketing  “With a new home and a new baby there are sure to be new traditions this year, but one thing we do every year is go for a family hike on our favorite trail. It gets the blood pumping and your stomach ready to indulge!”

Adrienne Ritchie, Director of Marketing

“With a new home and a new baby there are sure to be new traditions this year, but one thing we do every year is go for a family hike on our favorite trail. It gets the blood pumping and your stomach ready to indulge!”

 Cash, Service Department  “A-woo-woo-woooo!”

Cash, Service Department

“A-woo-woo-woooo!”

What's your favorite Thanksgiving tradition? Let us know in the comments below and don't forget to sign up for our newsletter to get stories, offers, and updates straight to your inbox! 

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