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November 27, 2022

KPMG’s New York Office Is Getting a Little Festive Today

While things in Chicago are still being sorted out, a source at the HoKNYC has been filling us in about tonight's soirée and the news that Klyveldians would be allowed to bring non-Klynveldians was welcomed enthusiastically: 

New York Office town hall and Holiday party today. We finally get to bring dates this year!

About that townhall — it's allegedly going on circa now to warm everyone for tonight's little bash, although the entertainment falls a little short of Stephen Colbert's appearance from a few years back:

There's a live band singing "New York State of Mind." 

We're told that this was not the Piano Man but rather a "KPMG NYO Band" and they were "pretty good" so hopefully it gets everyone sufficiently riled up for the shindig at the Marriott Marquis. 

If you're at the townhall and feel compelled to share anything or there's any newsworthy activity at tonight's party, drop us a line or mention it below.

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