Each year between 20 and 50 million Americans tailgate in a stadium parking lot. Did you know that as many as 35% of football tailgaters are so devoted to the pre-game event that they never actually enter the stadium?
The Ultimate Tailgate Challenge will add a little friendly competition to kick start your team bonding experience.
You and your team can enjoy the Ultimate Tailgate Challenge packed with the most enjoyable classic tailgate games. Each team will be challenged in a head-to-head competition to earn the most points.
This fun-filled program involves strategy, teamwork and some serious skill. Maybe you will even find your new hidden talent in Corn Hole? Who new!
What games might your tailgate challenge include?
- Kan Jam
- Sholf (shuffleboard golf)
- Ladder golf
- Pole-ish horseshoes
- Washer toss
Individual teams will participate in playing each of the traditional tailgate games. Teams will rotate through the games and challenge opponent’s in head-to-head competition. The goal is for your team to achieve the highest score after competing in all the activities. Make sure you’re ready to throw things!
The Ultimate Tailgate Challenge makes for a great summer team building event. Why not take advantage of the nice weather and engage in some competition with your co-workers. If the weather isn’t nice, don’t worry. You can still have your tailgate challenge indoors! This program is recommended for group sizes between 25 and 400 and runs approximately 2-4 hours.
What’s some friendly competition without a winner? Yes, winners will be crowned. Concluding your event, you will have a brief closing ceremony. To accompany your tailgate, we will provide a DJ that will play music for an additional two hours (before or after your event). Do I hear “We are the Champions” playing? I think I do.
This high-energy program guarantees that you will not have a dull moment during your team bonding experience. Now, get your tailgate on!
At TeamBonding, we are experts at mixing work & play to create team building events, both virtually and in-person globally, for businesses looking to positively impact their company culture, employee engagement and retention, on-the-job effectiveness and job satisfaction.
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