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RustySukkah Now Open

Published October 9, 2017

RustyBrick Sukkah

The RustyBrick Sukkah, or as we like to call it, the RustySukkah, is now open for business.   

It is pretty small, fits maybe two people at once, but it is operational and kosher.  Last year it almost blew away during a storm, which is not all that uncommon for Sukkahs.  This year I made sure to place it closer to the side of the building and really mount it tightly into the grass.

A Sukkah is a temporary hut or house constructed for use during the week-long Jewish festival of Sukkot. The key term is temporary, it has to be built in a way that is temporary.  That being said, many Jews will only eat meals in a Sukkah, so when you are at the office and you are hungry, grabbing a quick bit in a Sukkah is a nice treat.

Google has built Sukkahs at some of their offices before.  But I've never seen one in the NYC office, although it should be easy to do one on their rooftop or terraces? 

You are all free to stop by if you need a place to eat your lunch and you are in the area.  

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Barry Schwartz is the CEO of RustyBrick, a New York Web service firm specializing in customized online technology that helps companies decrease costs and increase sales. Barry is also the founder of the Search Engine Roundtable and the News Editor of Search Engine Land. He is well known & respected for his expertise in the search marketing industry. Barry graduated from the City University of New York and lives with his family in the NYC region.

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