Party Tonight, for Tomorrow We Die

Someone needs to clue in the fine folks at Spa Party that now may not be the ideal time for a blast e-mail campaign. While many companies would love to shower their employees with mani's, pedi's and tarot card readings, the cold, harsh truth is that most holiday parties are either being dramatically cut back or cancelled altogether. In fact, The Wall Street Journal carried a story saying that even Santa Claus bookings are off 30 percent this year (there's actually an association of guys who dress up as Santa).

If organizations and municipalities can't afford the meager hourly rates of a part-time Santa, what makes Spa Party think anyone will shell out big bucks for an over-the-top bacchanalian feast? And, what company would want to run the risk of being accused of holding an AIG-type boondoggle when unemployment rates are soaring higher than an oil company's profits?

Methinks it's high time Spa Party downsizes its mindset from champagne and hors d'oeuvres to beer and pizza.

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The Perfect Holiday Party!


Looking for an innovative and new concept
for your Company’s Holiday Party this year?

SPARTY! can elevate your standard cocktail party into
a memorable event by adding indulgent spa services to pamper and reward your
hard-working employees!


Throw your holiday party at the SPARTY! studio- a
2,500 square foot loft perfect for parties up to 100 guests!


At your Holiday Party enjoy..
Tarot Card Readings
Eyebrow Shaping
Gift Bags

For more information about SPARTY! and the event
planning services we offer, visit our website at


39 East 20th Street, 2nd Floor
York, NY 10003


6 thoughts on “Party Tonight, for Tomorrow We Die

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  4. I’m gutted…you could’ve blasted my services albeit on a smaller scale – I would take the free advertising – I’m sure SPARTY is thanking you as I write.