Can you imagine eating a meal blindfolded?
During Dining in the Dark, your team will work together to overcome the challenges of being blindfolded. As a team you will work together to figure out what you’re eating and accomplish tabletop team building exercises- ALL BLINDFOLDED!
Forget about everything else and simply focus on the food and communicating with each other. You will create lasting memories as you work together to overcome the challenges of being blindfolded.
You’ll enjoy a great meal, inspiring music and a story that will tie all the pieces together. Here’s a little slice of what Dining in the Dark is all about (this particular program was a public event that took place in a beautiful mansion):
This program is very customizable, too! Dining in the Dark can be held during any meal and any location. Dining in the Dark is perfect for a team retreat, conference, or annual meeting – but, it also makes for a perfect excuse to hold a fun social event!
This unique experience will be sure to leave your group full of laughter, memories and some pretty great stories to share afterwards.
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