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Konni Deppe

April 8th, 2014

Residences ‘go selfie’ for LSE Vacations campaign

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Estimated reading time: 5 minutes

Konni Deppe

April 8th, 2014

Residences ‘go selfie’ for LSE Vacations campaign

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Estimated reading time: 5 minutes

Bankside Selfie
Bankside House – current winner of the title ‘Most people in one picture’

 

We like to think we’re a friendly bunch in LSE Residential and Catering Services, and some hall teams have been taking the selfies to prove it.

High Holborn, Rosebery and Bankside got up close to get everyone into the picture. You can see reception staff, service managers, maintenance engineers, housekeepers, bar managers and chefs, to name but a few.

HolbornSelfie
High Holborn presents: The Lucky Cat

The images were produced for the LSE Vacations facebook page, to show what a friendly, diverse and welcoming bunch of people are ready to look after visitors during the vacations periods. However, we liked the pictures so much that we wanted to share them here on The Grapevine, too. Thanks to Fiona for telling us about the campaign.

Rosebery Selfie
Rosa and ‘The Roseberians’

More selfies are lined up, and we’ll be posting them on Facebook and of course here on the blog.

So if you haven’t taken a selfie yet, no matter how small or large your team, we’d love you to send us one.

(Okay, okay, do I hear you say you want a selfie of the admin teams too? Maybe that can be arranged…watch this space.)

Update: Grosvenor House has submitted an official and a not so official selfie. Can you guess which one’s which?

LSE Grosvenor House
Vivat Grosvenor!
Grosvenor House Selfie
X-man and women
Passfield Hall Staff Selfie
Passfield Please!

 

Carr-Saunders Staff Selfie
Carr-Saunders Classics

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Konni Deppe

Lead contributor (web), LSE Residential Services and Catering Division

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