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BrandHoot 5-year open-house celebration!

  • BrandHoot 14 4th Street Southwest, Suite #201 Rochester, MN, 55902 United States (map)

Join us for our first-ever open house to celebrate 5 years of growth and creative success! Enjoy hors d'oeuvres, locally sourced drinks, demos, turf on the floor, unique rock climbing wall, Legos, and more!

(photo above shows Nate's first attic office vs. our new downtown office)

Please RSVP using the green Register button above.

As many of you know, I (Nate) am from Omaha Nebraska. I never considered Minnesota until getting married to my wife, Amy. We have enjoyed building a life here. Some of you also know we're a finalist for national small business of the year from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce which is an exciting and humbling honor. I'll be in Washington D.C. in September to join the other finalists and meet people like Marcus Lemonis. We've launched new products and services over the yeas, and yet it feels like we're just getting started.

So many of you have shared this journey with us. This won't be a proper celebration without you, so check your calendar and click the register button!



3:30 to 4:30pm -- mingle, eat, sip, and explore our finished office

5:00 -- ribbon cutton with Rochester Area Chamber of Commerce

5:10 -- brief speach and thank you by Nate Nordstrom, Founder & CEO

5:15 to 7pm -- more mingling, eating, sipping, exploring, and celebrating

Location: our new office in the Conley-Maass-Downs building located in the Discovery Square district, downtown Rochester. Get parking info.




Get parking info.

Who's invited?

Pretty much everyone. Friends, family, coworkers, clients, friends of clients, owls (on second thought, no pets please). Please help us spread the word by inviting anyone you think would like to see our office or learn more about what we do.

Can I bring my kids?

If you need to bring your kids that's alright, we simply ask that you keep a close eye on them since there will be a lot of computer equipment around (kids love to push buttons and pull wires) plus lots of people. So while not a great place for kids, we'd still love to see you. Feel welcome to stop in even for just a few minutes.