Good times at the 4th Annual Skylight Tailgate Party


Blue skies, amazing weather and a love of football (or partying!) brought over 300 attendees to this year’s Annual Tailgate Party in Columbus.  There was a sea of red, as our friends enjoyed the camaraderie, played corn hole and cheered on the Buckeyes to a resounding victory against Bowling Green.  As with any good tailgate, there was a constant supply of burgers, chicken wings, brats, table snacks and beer as well as face painting for the kids (although quite a few adults got in on the action getting the OSU logo painted on their faces).

Andrew Koch, Financial Planner at Skylight Columbus, said “This is our 4th tailgate and it’s fast becoming a fixture in the calendar for many of our friends and clients.  This year was a blast and the weather couldn’t have been better for us!  It was a great get-together with great company and everyone thoroughly enjoyed themselves.”

"The tailgate is one of the highlights of the year for the Columbus office and it’s real fun to be able to hang out and relax with clients, family and friends.  It helps us get that bit closer and strengthen those bonds.  Most of all, it’s great to see our clients having such a great time,” added Ryan Puckett, Financial Planner at Skylight.

Check out the video collage below. Also you can see all the photos from the day by visiting this Facebook album.


If you would like have our newsletter sent by email please subscribe below. 

Contact Us

Back to News Listing

RSS Subscribe

In This Section:

Recent News

Latest Skylight Newsletter

Check out our weekly newsletter for the latest news and tips!

Accountability Is About People and Their Success

Skylight's Brian Boyed talks about the importance of accountability and how he is helping new financial planners to build successful businesses

Skylight’s Director of Accountability - A Catalyst to Financial Planner Success

Want to be a successful financial planner? James Hailey, talks about his role and how financial planners are reaping the benefits of Skylight’s forward thinking views on accountability