The Pub Crawl & Foodie Scaventure programs have a lot to offer. You can choose to bar hop with your team and go for the Pub Crawl, or you might opt for some good eats and try the Foodie Scaventure. Both activities are loaded with fun and exciting team building exercises. There are mind games, scavenger hunts, and trivia questions. So, whichever one you choose you’ll be sure to have a great time.
If your team wants to pub crawl, get ready to visit up to three bars. Once you arrive, you’ll learn facts about spirits and some unique drink recipes. Teams will also be on the hunt for bar memorabilia. When teams complete the hilarious challenges at the first bar, they must race to the next venue where they’ll be rewarded with spirits and other prizes. When the second round of challenges is complete, the last venue awaits. Here, teams will create their own signature cocktail. If you’re skeptical about drinking with coworkers, you might want to think twice! Get creative and make something delicious because samples of the winning drink will be provided for the entire group!
If your team likes to eat more than they like to drink, ask about TeamBonding’s hunt for foodies – The Dine and Dash. This program now has new clues, games, and restaurants which means more new things to eat! Even though these restaurant locations will be top secret before you start, your team may get a culinary tour of the world in one city – from Mexican to Thai to feature dishes of the cuisine of your choice. The Dine and Dash program will also include a photo scavenger hunt with food-related items to spot around your location.
These TeamBonding programs can be tailored to your choice of city, and further fine-tuned to fit any other specific needs or requests.
Round up your teams and lace up your sneakers. Come with an empty stomach! Race to complete challenges and finish with a strong team to show for it. In the end everyone wins with this team building program.
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