Published September 24, 2013

This week it is the Jewish holiday of Sukkot and observant Jewish males are required to eat in a temporary house, also known as a Sukkah.

For any observant Jew who is at work during the holiday of Sukkot, they know all too well how hard it is to manage eating while at work. Either it is hard to find a Sukkah in the area or you don't have time to find out or there simply isn't one available. So either you don't eat or eat junk that isn't a formal meal.

This year, for the first time, we built a Sukkah outside of our office to make eating a bit easier for observant Jews. Here is a picture of the small four-person Sukkah outside of our office building.

RustyBrick Sukkah

We call it the RustySukkah and you are welcome to stop by and use it, if 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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