Remember when team building happened naturally on the playground? Networking events are boring and happy hours are becoming a thing of the past. Host a private event with Throwback and experience a fun, unique, and interactive way to build camaraderie and strengthen relationships within your office or group. Now, Throwback can host inside or out, accommodate large groups or small, challenge mentally or physically, with an Office Play or Field Day event.
Bring your group to our studio or have us come to you to host a fun team building event that will help foster leadership, problem solving, and communication skills. Events may include physical and/or mental challenges, based on your preferences. Forget the dull, totally awkward drills held at leadership conferences and think more along the lines of Nickelodeon’s Double Dare meets Legends of the Hidden Temple meets Survivor - alliances and all!
Allow Throwback to host a full-on Field Day for your group, administering team building games that will transport everyone back to summer camp! Typically hosted outdoors, Field Day allows us to break out the Super Soakers for some classic childhood games! Favorites such as Bombardment, Capture the Flag, and Steal the Bacon, relay races and a bunch of our own creations will have your team strategizing and scheming to be crowned Field Day champs!
All classes can be tailored to fit any fitness level, from the not very active to the former college athlete.
Run an interoffice challenge or entertain clients. Get your friends together for a birthday party or random weekend Color War. Host at your office or at our playground. Indoors or out. Either way, your group will leave with a smile on your face.
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