In my work as a lawyer, I have the great privilege of working with inspirational individuals and businesses. As we’re navigating work and life during this uncertain time, I thought it would be nice to profile some of my clients (with their permission, of course). I hope to promote my clients and introduce you to some interesting content, services and products that you might be able to enjoy now, from wherever you are.
About a year after I started my firm, I attended a legal conference in New York. During a break, we were treated to a variety of snacks, and I chose a chocolate covered stroopwafel – something I’d never tried before. It was seriously delicious and I loved the whimsical packaging. I discovered that the company needed help with its trademarks, connected with the founders, and Belgian Boys became a client.
Belgian Boys LogoOver the past five years, I’ve had the pleasure of working with Belgian Boys on a variety of trademark and general business matters as they’ve expanded their brands and distribution channels. I’ve watched proudly as their cookies were chosen to be distributed on Jet Blue, and as their treats have been sold in an increasing number of markets.
Belgian Boys has an amazing creative team who market and promote the brand with bold messages. Belgian Boys also donates a portion of its proceeds to charity through an ongoing “Rock that Stash” campaign, featuring MINI COOKIE STASH cookies.
We all need a little extra sweetness these days. If you’re at home and want a delicious treat, you can find Belgian Boys products at your local market or you can order them directly from the company, by visiting www.BelgianBoys.com. I personally recommend the choco stroopwafels (of course!) and the waffle chips. To keep on top of promotions and new offerings, you can follow Belgian Boys on Instagram.
Take care, and #FlattenTheCurve