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Yahoo!’s Year End Party Celebration

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According to the Yahoo search blog one hell of a party took place Saturday celebrating another great year for Yahoo Inc. and its employees.

Nancy Evars of the Yahoo! Search team had this to say …

“No — I don’t show up here only to post about the Yahoo! parties, but we did have one doozy of a year end party (YEP) this past Saturday night in SF. This was my fifth YEP and as with all the previous years, I thoroughly enjoy seeing friends and colleagues dressed in something other than t-shirts and jeans!

The Girls All Dressed Up How Many Yahoo's Are Here??

In addition to the ice sculptures, amazing food and great music, one of the reasons I love attending the YEP, is the charity auction held every year. The auction starts a week in advance online through Yahoo! Auctions and culminates with in-person bidding at the YEP for the big ticket items. We all have the chance to bid on cool donated items and experiences ranging from a Stanford hoops game with Jerry & David or an LA movie premiere from Terry, to coveted parking spots or a weekend in Tahoe. Proceeds go to the Yahoo! Employee Foundation (YEF), our grassroots philanthropic organization that helps out non-profits in the community. Proceeds from both the online and live auction brought more than $120,000 to YEF, far more than any previous YEF auction.

A great way to start out the holiday season!”

Rich Ord is the CEO of iEntry, Inc. which publishes over 200 websites and email newsletters.

Rich also publishes his blog WebProBlog which focuses on internet business and marketing trends.

Yahoo!’s Year End Party Celebration
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