Perforce Cuts the Ribbon on Alameda's Little Ice Rink
The Little Ice Rink opened last week, bringing fun and frolic to the Alameda community again this holiday season. Thanks to the Perforce Software Foundation, skaters of all ages and skill levels can hit the temporary rink —3,000-plus square feet of real ice—now through January 21.
Christopher Seiwald, Perforce founder and CEO, joined in the official opening festivities. “Alameda has been my home for more than 24 years and just because we live on an island doesn’t mean we shouldn't enjoy a hallmark winter activity,” said Seiwald to the crowd. “While today Perforce is a global company our roots are still firmly planted here in Alameda. We hope this adds a little magic to your holiday season.” Supporting the local community – whether that’s Alameda or other causes close to employee’s hearts – has always been part of the fabric of life at Perforce. The Foundation was established in 1998, just a few years after Perforce was started. The Foundation’s focus is on “community” and The Little Ice Rink is an awesome way to bring families and friends together during the holidays.