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An outrageous competition that pits teams against
each other in a series of hilarious challenges.

Overview

This is one of our most outlandish events, full of crazy games and sidesplitting laughs as teams attempt to earn as many points as possible in physical challenges. Teams race the clock and each other, as they attempt to complete these wild stunts. Be prepared for some great moments, and memorable shenanigans.

Agenda & Activities

Welcome & Warm-Ups (5 minutes) Atlanta Challenge staff welcome the participants and give a quick overview of the event. We then lead some fun warm-up activities.

Team Up! (5-10 minutes) If the group is not already split into teams, we use our last fun, light-activity warm-up game to randomly sort participants into teams.

Introduction & Instructions (5 minutes) Atlanta Challenge staff explain the rules for the game, and facilitators distribute answer sheets and other program materials to every team. Each team selects a secretary to write their answers and track scores.

The Game (1-1 1/2 hours) Table-teams earn as many points as they can by working together to complete several hands-on games. There are three types of games: team representative challenges, solo performance challenges with a team score, and all-hands challenges by each team.

Sample Challenges:

  • Flap Jacks: A representative from each team comes to the “stage” and tries to flip as many chips as they can into a bowl they wear on a hat.
  • Sliders: Each person on the team makes a stack of alternating cards and cups, then must quickly slide the cards out so that the cups fall into each other. The taller the stack they risk, the more points they get.
  • Bounce Shot: Similar to many popular “bounce a ping pong ball into the container” games, but with a team twist – the container is suspended by ropes and controlled by the team.
  • Team Targets: Teams earn points by using our rubber band shooters to knock items off a base, rotating through the team as quickly as possible.
  • Stacked Up: In this team balance game, participants create the tallest stack of cups they can, while one team mate holds a very wobbly base to balance them on.
  • Carried Away: Teams transport as may balls as they can into a vertical pipe, but only using chopsticks.
  • Pedometer Relay: Each person on the team must get as many “steps” as possible in 30 seconds and then pass the pedometer to the next team mate.

Scoring & Prizes (5 minutes) We announce team scores from bottom to top, recognize the winning team and hand out prizes if made available by client.

Wrap-Up (2 minutes) We express our gratitude to the group, take a team picture if appropriate, and make any announcements the group needs before breaking.

Goals
  • Get to know team mates better while building morale & camaraderie.
  • Develop an appreciation of coworkers’ knowledge and skills.
  • Stretch personal boundaries and go the distance for the team.
Logistics

Length: 2 hours +/-

Activity: Light

Location: Indoors

Group Size: 35-500 people

Includes: Complete facilitation, event materials, team bandanas, downloadable photos & videos. (Requires: Stage or podium, screen, projector, and some open space.)

“Thank you so much for an OUTSTANDING team building session!”

SunTrust