A sure-fire winner, In It to Win It works as both a complementary event to a company dinner or meeting, or as a stand-alone event for competition team building fun!
The pressure builds, and team pride is on the line as participants race to achieve glory during one of our most competitive corporate team building events! Based off of the hit TV show Minute to Win It, In It to Win It by TeamBonding was designed to challenge team members to work together and embrace the competition.
Before the tension rises, participants will partake in a thirty-minute “training camp” to practice challenges and prepare for games to begin. Your group will then be split into teams, where they will battle their way through ten gut-wrenching challenges that will progressively increase in difficulty. BUT… don’t forget about the ticking clock, as each team is given only 60 seconds to complete each task. Excitement, drama and competitive spirit are all part of the mix, as the challenges heat up and the teams have a blast!
At the end of all ten contests, teams will be ranked based off of the amount of points they had been awarded through out the competition. Winning teams will face each other in grand championship, where they will be cheered-on by the remaining teams.
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