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Do Good Bus
Getting on the Do Good Bus is a great way for your team to work together, do GOOD together and learn about your community. The Do Good Bus brings people together to help local causes in a fun and social environment.
It’s not uncommon for people who’ve been working at one job for a long time to feel “stuck” in terms of success. Many people in this position feel as though they have no room for growth. In-tu... Read more
Since this was the first fall event I had planned, I was pleased to learn that it was the highest rated group activity that we have ever had! People really enjoyed doing something they’d never done before, and getting to know those on their team better.
The build went off without a hitch, the teams were really into the competition not knowing that the kids would be showing up later in the day. Once the kids arrived, it was just awesome and our folks loved it.
The feedback from the participants was phenomenal… Thanks for making the process so smooth, and for providing me with a turn-key solution that made my participants VERY HAPPY!
We all had a blast yesterday! Your team was great. Again, we had a great time and would recommend your services to anyone!
I was surprised to see people interactive and involved that I was expecting resistance from. Honestly I had a blast myself, and I hope to be able to work with your team again soon!
We will definitely use you again in the future and give plenty of referrals. It hit all of the right notes and our team was honored to be able to do something both fun and charitable.
I was able to connect and form bonds with people on my team that I would not normally encounter on a daily basis and I believe that was the point of the whole exercise – to create bonds where there may not have been any, resulting in a stronger, more cohesive company.