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By: Samantha McDuffee|April 12, 2013

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It would be entertaining to watch Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson play a round of mini golf!

Alas, the majority (exactly 50% actually) of you guessed wrong. This playing field is best equipped for the infamous Tiger Woods.

Looking for an effective team building event?


When you build a mini golf course you’re not only building stronger bonds, your team will be giving back to the community. This program provides corporate social responsibility, creative collaboration and a competitive sport!

Your team will design, build and play a miniature golf course using canned and boxed goods, which are donated to charity once play is complete. Local charities like the Jefferson Street Baptist Center work to meet physical needs of people who are homeless, which are broad and immediate.

Your teams’ donations to your local community will help people take showers, do laundry, become more educated and have a hearty meal.

Organizations of all sizes are discovering that Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and sustainable business practices pay off!

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Start incorporating CSR with your business strategy through charitable and effective team building events and your business will benefit from:

  • Improved Operational Efficiency
  • Innovation
  • Enhanced Supply Chain Management
  • Financial Responsibility

How will your team give back this year? Share your charitable and effective team building strategies with us.

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