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Mile High Games

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mhcglogoj.jpgFor the past month, the employees at ReadyTalk have been participating in the Corporate Mile High games. The games feature a plethora of events in which employees can compete in from ping pong to volleyball. The purpose of the games is to promote an active lifestyle, foster stronger working relationships outside the office and enhance company pride.

Currently, ReadyTalk is in second place to Utility Engineering. However, ReadyTalk has been awarded five gold medals compared to their three.

The games have definitely stirred up the competitive fire at ReadyTalk and have been the source of some friendly inter-office banter. They have been a positive experience for all involved and everyone at ReadyTalk is looking forward to the rest of the events. If you have the inclination and the time, come cheer for us at the remaining events. A schedule of the remaining events can be found here.

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