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When Outside Magazine votes you the best place to work in the country and your CEO is the World's Fittest CEO, you likely work with a group of people that don't spend a lot of time on the couch. Kelly shares an example of a group of ReadyTalk employees recently spent a Saturday.

I owe a huge thank you to my fellow ReadyTalk marketing team members Mike McKinnon and Simone Nabers for making ReadyTalk’s 3rd Annual Climbing Day a huge success.

ReadyTalk families and rock climbers of all ages and expertise came to partake in this extravaganza hosted at North Table Mountain in nearby Golden, Colorado overlooking the Coors Brewing Company.

Mike, Simone and other ReadyTalk experienced climbers brought all of the equipment necessary and helped belay the kiddos and adults up the rock wall with ease. The coolest part of the day was definitely watching the pros demonstrate their own impressive climbing abilities.

Overall, it was such an enjoyable activity and something I would not have typically done on a Saturday morning.  I was impressed with how many of the young kids caught on so quickly and how knowledgeable and helpful the veterans were with explaining which move to make next. My climbing partner made me feel like a pro in no time, providing me with helpful assisting tugs up the rock when I was struggling and most importantly making me feel like I wasn’t going to plummet to my death. :)

I am happy to have had the opportunity to experience something new and exciting outside of the office while still hanging out with my awesome coworker friends.
ReadyTalk climbing day


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