Tips & Hints for your Grad Night Novelties

Limited Novelties at your Grad Night Party? Make them PRIZES! If you’re hosting a grad night party for more than 250 kids and have brought in one crew of our novelties to make street signs, license plates, dry erase boards,...

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Corporate Team Building a huge success!

In early May 2018 we were asked to help provide fun activities for Oseco, a company in the pressure relief business for industry. They had around 100 employees at a 1/2 day event. They wanted roughly a dozen groups/teams...

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Summer Orientations set expectations and habits for school year!

Summer Orientations at your College or University are your first chance to make incoming students a valued part of your college community. This is where student retention and, let’s be honest, brand loyalty begins. Astin's Theory of Involvement is...

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Snowball Express warms our hearts

Wow. What an amazing event Snowball Express is! We were fortunate enough to be able to work, once again with Snowball Express this past weekend. What is Snowball Express? It's a non-profit organization that brings the children of our fallen...

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Student Leaders – be good stewards of the money entrusted to you.

Student Programmers - Be a good steward of the monies entrusted to you. Gus and I just got back from the NACA Conference in Chattanooga. Later this week we head to Oklahoma City for NACA Central and to Houston for...

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Car Dealership Mini Golf Promotions

In today’s ever competitive market, where many people buy their vehicles without ever stepping foot on the car dealerships lot, it’s important to create a buzz worthy promotion that can bring in families for a fun event. Events like this help...

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Mini Golf teaches and entertains!

This year the San Antonio Water System presented us with a new challenge. They wanted an event that could be open the entire 6 hours of their Confluence event. And... it needed to serve the purpose of engaging high school...

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