Design Aglow Is Off To Alaska!

Design Aglow Is Off To Alaska!

Yep, you read that right. If you’ve seen this blog post, then you might have an idea of what’s going on here, but we’ll recap for you just in case you’ve forgotten:

After 10+ years of constant innovation and collaboration, Design Aglow has never taken a break. To avoid feeling burnt out, and for some much-needed rest, we’ve planned a week-long retreat to Alaska for our small team of five. Our goal for this trip is not only to unwind and relax, but to also have intensive work sessions so we come back armed with original ideas to give you exactly what you’re looking for.

Because we will all be out of the office, we will have limited customer service between the dates of June 9th - 16th. We will not be able to respond to every inquiry during this week at our usual speed, but we will try our hardest to help handle any urgent matters as soon as possible. We thank you for your understanding.

We’re so excited for our upcoming trip - whales, dolphins, and glaciers all rolled into one work vacation with our incredible team? What’s not to love! Come along on our trip via Facebook and Instagram! We'll be posting all week!




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