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Skylight goes all green for the annual St Patrick’s Day Party

3/24/2015

Skylight’s eagerly anticipated annual St Patrick’s Day Party got into full swing on March 13 with 800 guests celebrating all things Irish in the elegant Crop Bistro & Bar located in the historic bank building in Ohio City.  Partygoers, many of whom, came clad in green, were treated to Irish-inspired appetizers and drinks from green popcorn, smoked trout cake, corned beef sliders to Guinness cake and Bailey’s. 

The revelry took place across two floors with guests enjoying Irish music by the young talented band Roundabout on the ground floor which was dramatically bathed in green lighting.  Downstairs in the bank vault, guests chilled out and listened to the DJ playing contemporary music.

“Skylight’s St Patrick’s Day Party is a real highlight of our year and it’s getting bigger and bigger each year.  We love seeing our clients having such a good time and enjoying amazing food and music.  Our friends in the Crop Bistro did a fabulous job and we love our new home in Ohio City.” said Dan Brennan, chief marketing officer at Skylight Financial Group.  

Check out our video collage of the event below and please visit our Facebook page to see the photo albums. 

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