Robb Vices Launch Party

Robb Vices Launch Party

It’s time to treat yourself (or a friend) to deliveries of incredible products that will satisfy your every vice. With Robb Vices, every month is a new surprise as they supply subscribers with everything from exceptional wines and foods to gadgets and accessories.

To give a few special people a sneak peak into this exclusive experience, Robb Report and Velocity hosted a launch party where guests could sample food and drink and look through past months’ boxes to see what Robb Vices is all about.

The party was hosted at the Cadillac House, which was featured in the August box, and as soon as guests walked in the door they were immersed in the sampling, offered their choice of wine from the Macari Vineyards of Long Island. Throughout the room, tables such as this were set up, with spirits of all kinds and delicious food piled high from businesses such as the Brooklyn Baking Barons and Melissa’s.

Perhaps one of the most exciting samples of the evening was the chance to win a complimentary BLADE Bounce helicopter airport transfer from Manhattan.

Boxes from previous months were also on display for guests to peruse throughout the evening. Each box comes with a glossy booklet explaining a bit about what’s inside and providing beautiful photographs and tidbits of information about the products. This epitomizes what CEO of Robb Vices, Daniel Curtis, enjoys most about working with the company. “Meeting the people behind the products and experiences that make life special [is my favorite part],” he says. “It is an inspiring thing to constantly be interacting and collaborating with truly passionate people.”

This past month’s box highlighted the Cadillac House where this party was held. Altogether, the building houses the Cadillac showroom, Joe’s Coffee shop, Visionaire art gallery, and a retail shop for fashion designer Timo Weiland, all of which were featured in the box and at the party.

Another past box, which CEO Daniel Curtis considers to be one of his favorites, included a pair of Master & Dynamic MH40 headphones and Dolce “Liquid Gold” dessert wine. According to Curtis, this box is referred to as the “Reset Box” and was “inspired by Henry David Thorough’s [sic] years of contemplation in the woods. We wanted to provide the same sort of enlightening escape from the maddening crowds that HDT sought out without needing to speed years in solitude next to a pond.”

The evening was the perfect way to reflect on where Robb Vices has been while also looking to the future of the subscription service. “The core Robb Vices experience is going to stay true to what it is,” says Curtis. “With that said…we will be launching several different subscriptions focused on specific categories that we cover. We have also developed a wonderful community of people who are unique and interesting. In person experiences, and access to unique events will be an increasingly important part of this experience.”

All in all the experience was truly wonderful, and I know I’ll be looking forward to what’s to come, both for the company and in next month’s box.

Special thanks to Katherine at Robb Vices. Photos courtesy of Chelsea Curtis Photography.

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