Spin to win on the "Wheel of Holiday Destiny"

Marcus Thomas invited friends of the agency to play a digital giveaway game using an actual wheel of fortune.

Marcus Thomas junior art director Roger McMullen played the part of Roger the intern.

Just a sample the plethora of office swag on offer.

The “Wheel of Holiday Destiny” was five feet in diameter.

The wheel was manned live for five hours a day over three days in December 2011.

One lucky winner snags calendars from 2007.

A spinner wins a $20 donation to the Akron Children’s hospital.

Mmmm, Nesquik.

Invitees communicated through a dedicated Twitter feed.

The new Marcus Thomas office space in Cleveland.

Try again tomorrow.

The “Wheel of Holiday Destiny” logo#46;

In advance of Marcus Thomas's planned 2012 move to a larger office space, the Cleveland-based marketing and PR firm got rid of 10-years worth of accumulated clutter in a creative way that also benefited the Akron Children's Hospital Fund.

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