Fooliversaries

Click on a year and Fooliversary gift to see its constellation light the sky!

Movie Night

Congratulations on your first year! After a year of spreadsheets and numbers and lots of words, it's time to escape the world for a little while. Enjoy a movie and treats on us.

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Stuff Your Face

After two years of being a Fool it's time to let someone else do some work. Enjoy a night out. Dinner is on the Fool.

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All About Yourself

You've been learning all about the Foolish way and working hard and getting better at your job. It's time to focus on yourself. Learn a new skill. Something you've always wanted to learn.

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Choose Your Own Adventure

Fooliversaries are about experiences and this one is all up to you. Do something fun. Go big. Just make sure you have a story to tell when you get back.

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Ticket Reimbursement

Hopefully in the past few years you've enjoyed a few nights out with Foolsļ¼¨going to the theater, to a concert, or to a sporting event. This time you choose the venue, the date, and the seats.

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Hotel Get-Away

Hopefully you've taken a vacation in your last six years at the Fool. If not, now is definitely the time to get away. Choose a hotel somewhere in the world and have fun and relax!

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Make a Difference

Your past Fooliversary gifts have been focused more on your having a good time. This time, use your Fooliversary to make someone else's life a little better.

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A Night on the Town

Fools try to be financially savvy. Sometimes it's hard to justify big expenses. This time, this one's on us. For one night have fun and, live like a king.

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Travel

After nine years at the Fool we don't want you to get burned out. Plan an awesome vacation, with friends if you would like, and expense it all. Courtesy of the Fool.

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"I’ve always enjoyed stargazing. My mom is 70 years old, and she mentioned that she’d never seen a shooting star. I have a four year old daughter, and she’d never seen a shooting star either. I read an article in The New York Times that said Cherry Springs State Park in Pennsylvania has the darkest skies on the east coast.

With my Fooliversary money, I rented a cabin. I invited my parents, and I drove my family to Pennsylvania. I timed our trip to coincide with my birthday in November, during the Leonid meteor showers. We sat in the backyard in this huge field and watched the shooting stars. On the second night, I hired an astronomer. He brought his telescope and gave us a tour of the skies.

Getting to see my mom watch the shooting stars was pretty cool and seeing my daughter start to know the constellations and ask interesting questions was great. I don’t know if I would have done that on my own. Having the extra money without worrying about financing the trip was great. That was the best Fooliversary I had."

- Mark Kennedy