Alcohol-free morning dance parties from companies like Daybreaker and Morning Gloryville have grown in popularity across the nation and world. But do they really pump a worker up for a day at the office? That’s the intention, at least, behind the social engineering — that the EDM dj beats, emcee, Mardi Gras-style brass band, Burning Man-esque glowing jelly fish puppets and surprise slam poetry will send you to work feeling pumped up. These events are designed to breed positivity and allow workers to start their days in the best way possible. But do these smoothie-fueled shin-digs really pump workers up for the day? Or are they an evanescent fad that leaves workers sluggish? MainStreet waded into the fray in New York's Meatpacking District to see for ourselves.
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