National Team Building Company “Teams Up” with local Police officers and the Boys & Girls club to create an unforgettable team bonding experience.
Adventure Games Inc. is giving back to local police officers and the community by using its team building expertise to help strengthen the San Diego community.
In this upcoming event the Adventure games will be teaming up local police officers and local youth from the Boys and Girls club of San Diego’s William J. Oakes Branch in Logan heights for a team building event. These team building events will not only help the children learn how to deal with day to day situations, including bullying and getting along with others but will also teach kids how to work together and communicate with local police officers.
“When Trust and communication are strong it creates a winning team and environment for everyone and in this case a winning community” said Chad Michael, founder and CEO of Adventure Games, Inc.
The Game that the kids and the officers will be participating is one of the companies’ most popular ones, The ApprentRace. This game is where The Apprentice meets the Shark Tank in this fast-paced game that asks participants to think creatively, cooperatively, and on their feet. Teams race against the clock to complete a series of “appointments” where they participate in problem-solving challenges that test their creativity, time-management and teamwork skills, and strategic thinking. Only one team will impress the “Boss” enough to become champion!
For more info on the Adventure Games inc. please visit www.adventuregamesinc.com
About BGCGSD: The Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater San Diego changes lives through quality youth programs and guidance in a safe, affordable and fun environment. The Clubs serve kids ages 5- to 18-years old with its academic achievement, character development and physical fitness programs at 19 community-based sites countywide, making a difference in the lives of San Diego’s future leaders – today’s youth. For a site serving your community, or to make a donation, please visit SDYouth.org or call 1-866-SDYOUTH(1.866.739.6884)