Sign Your Team Up By Feb. 10 – Early-Bird Discounts End Dec. 31
The city of Las Vegas invites local companies and organizations to sign up to compete in the 2020 Corporate Challenge by Feb. 10. For 35 years, the Corporate Challenge has been a healthy way for local companies and their employees to stay active in the community. As the largest amateur athletic competition in the State of Nevada, Corporate Challenge provides employees the opportunity for unity, teamwork and camaraderie in a fun competition that promotes company pride, corporate wellness and community socialization. Some of Southern Nevada’s most successful companies are annual participants. Well-structured events are an excellent way to encourage initiative, reward the commitment of key staff, improve morale, inspire cooperation and team spirit, and supercharge future performance.
Corporate Challenge brings the spirit of the Olympics to a local and more intimate playing field. Forty-two different events are offered throughout the Las Vegas valley during a 12-week period from the first week of March through the end of May 2020. From archery to volleyball, and everything in between, there is an event for everyone’s skills – even a blood drive, torch relay, trivia challenge, chess, e-sports, kart racing, poker and cornhole. Opening ceremonies March 7 will include family fun, a comical executive relay, parade of companies, lighting of the flame, and more for participating teams and their families.
In addition to the many benefits for employees, Corporate Challenge also can be a cost-effective marketing tool to promote business and raise awareness. Throughout the 12 weeks of competition, more than 20,000 players and spectators are repeatedly exposed to company names and logos while they witness team spirit and sportsmanship. Each company that participates designs individual team shirts to wear at events. In addition, company names are displayed during opening ceremonies and mentioned throughout the events.
Costs for participation range from $2,000 for companies of up to 300 employees to $2,700 for companies of 1,000 or more. Early-bird discounts are available to those organizations who register by Dec. 31. Companies are divided into three divisions, based on the number of employees. This makes competition fairer, so companies with only a few employees are not challenging those with a base of thousands. Smaller companies that share business often join forces to form a combined team.
Companies, players and spectators can share photos by joining the "Las Vegas Corporate Challenge" Facebook group at www.facebook.com/groups/lvcorporatechallenge/. Event photos can be shared across social media channels using the #lvcc2020 hashtag.
Corporate Challenge is operated by the city of Las Vegas. For entry packet, game schedule, handbook, sponsorship opportunities, calendar and more details, go to www.lasvegasnevada.gov/corporatechallenge.
For questions or more information about the Las Vegas Corporate Challenge, call city of Las Vegas Park and Recreation at 702-229-6706 or email email@example.com.