Dozens of Baltimore business execs left their business casual attire – and business casual attitude – at home, dressing up in costume (their alter egos, perhaps?) for a Halloween party at The QG.
Folks circulated through several eerily embellished rooms of the department store…
…enjoying food and bourbon cocktails crafted by the talented bartenders at The QG’s CLOCK Restoration Bar.
The event benefited Junior Achievement of Central Maryland and Fidos for Freedom.
Pictured (LtoR) Craig Martin, The QG owner/event host; Nuala Rooney, event co-chair; and John Dinkel, event co-chair
Pictured (LtoR) Matthew Beck, StevenDouglas vice president; and Ashley Back, Pivot Health Solutions senior vice president of operations
Pictured (LtoR) Debbie Hoffer, Baltimore Business Journal office administrator; Stephanie Hildebrandt, The Berndt Group program manager; and April House, Baltimore Business Journal event director
Pictured (LtoR) Kelly Snapkoski, Howard County Public School System reading specialist/Title 1 teacher; Jason Snapkoski, Baltimore Orioles director of advertising; Greg Bader, Baltimore Orioles vice president of communications & marketing; and John Jackowski, Howard County teacher
Pictured (LtoR) Stan Idzi, COE Distributing vice president of sales; David Simonetti, cybersecurity specialist; and Julie Idzi, COE Distributing territory representative
Pictured (LtoR) Doug Franz, Allied Contractors vice president; Vicki Franz, I95 BUSINESS publisher; Jen Dodson, ABBTECH business development manager; and Cody Dodson, Keller Wiliams Gateway realtor
Pictured (LtoR) David Shaffer, Tier One TEchnology Partner CEO; and Susan Shaffer, senior caregiver
Pictured (LtoR) Carole McDade, Simplify Organizing professional organizer; and Ron McDade, Fidos for Freedom board president (October 27, 2018 – The QG)