Updated: May 19
How do you feel about your coworkers?
If you’re feeling like work is a little dull then we have you covered. We we’re not miracle workers, but we do have some ideas to help your company be a lot more fun!
The NAV was founded on family principles. Often people think of spouses, kids, aunts, or grandparents when we talk about family principles. We like to use family in a plural sense. In this instance, we’re talking about your work family. Your work family may not always the people you want to see, but they are the people you see the most and your relations with them matter for your productivity and enjoyment.
Here are a few tips, stats, and ideas to help your company get some much needed R&R.
Join a (corporate) league
Your company can enter a team in our dodgeball, basketball, sand volleyball, or bar sports league. Our corporate leagues are competitively social; where teams are filled with players who want to play with rules but want to laugh and blow off steam after hours.
Teams are comprised of 10 player slots with most games having 5-6 people on the court/field at a time. (If you want to scout things out; you can drop in for $10 anytime.)
Hint: Your HR department may be willing to cover league costs.
Grab a drink (and a game)
The fun doesn’t have to stop after your game ends. Enjoy your post game rundown, office gossip, or watch the game at our indoor/outdoor beer garden. We carry Southern Pines Brewing Company beer, Jack’s Cider, Foxie, Essentially Geared wines, soft drinks, sports drinks, and other beverages.
You can always throw some darts, toss some corn hole, or sink the ball in cup pong if you come by just to grab a drink.
Hint: We’re open 7 days a week. Come whenever you want, not just corporate nights!
Business & Casual
Perhaps your company needs a special event such as a holiday party, team building, or off-site meeting. Our facilities and staff have you covered there as well. We have 6 event spaces that range from rustic to professional, outdoor and indoor. From team building, to quarterly meetings, from holiday parties, to leadership training, we have a space for you.
We offer ample opportunities to help your company foster better social engagement. In case you’re not already hooked, here are some stats from industry leaders on why social engagement should be important to your company.
Hint: In our experience, bosses LOVE stats. So here are a few that we found particularly convincing.
We’re here to help
Bill Baker is in charge of partnerships for the NAV. As a well traveled businessman with international and regional expertise, Bill knows how important social engagement is for companies. If you’re looking to get yourself in a league, run an event, or looking for more ways to partner with the NAV contact Bill.
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