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NEED HELP... Ideas for a corporate group outing?? - March 8, 2010, 12:34 PM

So we are trying to find something to do as a group. Our team has successfully fulfilled a customers order and they are rewarding us. We have been laser tag, bowling, bar, mini golf, billards...

Can someone give me ideas??

I thought about the go-kart track here in Dulles but it looks to be too expensive for them to pay with us having 20-25 people



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Dave and Busters would be SWEET for 20-25 peeps.
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Yep...a co-worker just said that


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How about cruises? Heard of local companies doing the Potomac River cruise thing. Theres plenty of companies that do it.. http://dc.about.com/od/walkingtours/a/DCCruises.htm
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haha at the spa...pretty sure I dont wanna see any of my co-workers like that...but will definitely be saving that for the girl.


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ok, fine no spa, how 'bout this:

http://www.ustraining.com/new/index.asp

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What's the price range? When we went to karts it was 45 per person for 3 trials. That was buy 2 get one free.


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Well I think its about 25 a person....Idk...manager just said come up with ideas...has to be reasonable...


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I am good friends with the managers that run the 1757 Club in Sterling (which was formerly the Presidential before Billy Kasper Golf bought it) and puts together special driving range packages inside the training facility with a bar and food exclusively for parties. It is actually cooler than I am explaining it. Send me your e-mail and I can have her get you more info if you are interested craigtlee@gmail.com.


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March 8, 2010, 05:48 PM

I've hosted a corporate team building function at dave and busters. They are good to work with and are reasonable. Also have various scenarios and games to promote team building and fun, if that is what you are looking for. Depending on how many people, you can get it to a pretty good rate. I think we paid 35 or so per person, which included an appetizer variety, team building event, and power card for afterwards


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nevermind just re read your post so allsports is out.

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