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June 10, 2016

Fairway of Flavours!

Our client wanted to honour the contributions of an employee that had been with the company for 40 years. They also wanted the event to highlight his interests away from the office. That meant showcasing four decades of dedication… and a passion for golf and Arizona.


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June 3, 2016

Plan The Best Event Ever!

A unique western town was constructed where guests could roam throughout the town and socialize. The event space was divided into 3 décor and activity zones, so that it was like having three events in one! Zone 1 offered Food & Beverages, Zone 2 hosted the Saloon (bar & gambling) & Zone 3 showcased the Awards Theatre.


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May 27, 2016

Dance and Cry – It’s GOOD For You!

You may think your team doesn’t have time for a Team Building activity. Studies show that Spring is the time when team building activities are the most valuable. A few hours spent out of the office can rejuvenate relationships, energize & re-engage employees, and increase productivity.


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