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NEW Game PLUS the Zany Classics! Richmond Corporate Games September 22nd and 23rd
September 22 @ 5:30 pm - September 23 @ 2:00 pm
Join us for The 32nd Annual Corporate Games – September 22 – 23, with proceeds benefitting the Special Olympics of Virginia. Sign up today!
Let The Games Begin!
32 years and still going strong, that’s the Richmond Corporate Games! You won’t want to miss your chance to jump into the fun in our new game, HUMAN FOOLSBALL. It’s fun, it’s fast and it will test your teamwork! For that game and others, we are looking for line judges as well as canoe assistants for the exciting canoe races on Friday evening. With a condensed Saturday schedule, this year’s beach-themed games, benefitting Special Olympics Virginia, pack more fun into less time!
The competition begins Friday, September 22, 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. with the popular canoe relay, and continues into Saturday, September 23, from 8:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
WE NEED YOUR TEAM – We are looking for more corporate teams to join the ranks of RVA employees who seem to really have a handle on having fun! This is the biggest and best adult field day with opportunities to build teamwork among your co-workers and enjoy a great day in Innsbrook. Remember, you don’t have to be an athlete to be a part of the Richmond Corporate Games.
Get your fellow coworkers to sign up for the games this year! There are several slots available to Richmond area corporations to sponsor team consisting of a minimum of 14 employees (seven women and seven men) and a maximum of 20.
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CALLING ALL VOLUNTEERS – Volunteer and get the best seats in the house! The Richmond Corporate Games offers opportunities to volunteer in a variety of ways. From canoe assistants to line judges, everyone can contribute to the fun of the Richmond Corporate Games!
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Interested in competing but unsure about sacrificing a Saturday? The Richmond Corporate Games are less time and more fun this year with a shortened Saturday schedule featuring events from 8:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. so you can attend the games AND still get your Saturday on!
Fill your weekend with games, friends, and memories that will last! The games include classics like Volleyball, Obstacle Challenge, Tug-O-War, and many more favorites, like the Zany Relay! We are also featuring a new game this year: HUMAN FOOLSBALL! Test your teamwork, strategy and coordination as you pass a soccerball among your teammates while trying to be the first team down the field and across the goal line! See if you can not only be the winning team but also get a perfect score of 30 points!
The Richmond Corporate Games would like to thank some of our team members who have truly helped to shape the games into what they are today. You may recognize Scott Carter as the MC for the games. This year’s games mark Scott’s 31st year as MC. While Scott’s hyping up crowds on the mic, Celeste Joyce is working hard behind-the-scenes. This year, Celeste will be keeping score and running statistics for the games for the 30th year in a row. A huge thank you goes out to Scott and Celeste for their dedication and service in making the Richmond Corporate Games a truly special event for the entire RVA community. Special thanks also to our volunteer referees, Michael Swain and Jay Morris, who keep order on the field while keeping the games fun and exciting.
Friday’s event will be located at Lake Innsbrook with parking located at 4222 & 4224 Cox Rd. On Saturday, the Games being at the Innsbrook Volleyball Courts at 4600 Cox Road and the Dominion Energy Soccer Field in Innsbrook, Glen Allen, VA – 5000 Dominion Boulevard.
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Proceeds from the Richmond Corporate Games of Innsbrook will benefit: Special Olympics Virginia
The Special Olympics is gearing up for its 50 year anniversary celebration!
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Aside from the fun, competition and camaraderie among all the participants, the primary purpose of the games is about raising money for the Special Olympics Virginia. It’s about the dynamic of bringing people together as they offer their time, talents and financial resources in a program of people helping people – and this teamwork has raised well over $100,000 since 1998 for the Special Olympics Virginia.
Whether you are a competitor, fan supporting your favorite team or a volunteer, these games are fun-filled and exciting for everyone who attends.
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