Let's Play Volleyball on Your Next Team Building Activity

Queensland, Australia (PressExposure) October 24, 2009 -- Do you want to play volleyball with one or both, Kerri Potharst and Natalie Cook, members of 2000 Olympic Volleyball team? Well, here is your chance. We will bring the world’s leading volleyball players to your team building event to conduct a clinic where you could learn basic volleyball skills and to give you a quick brief on the rules and the finer points of the game. This is surely a perfect way to provide your team with an enjoyable, stress free day together, while also working to improve communication, create team power, develop new skills, impart shared leadership, teach how to build a game plan and kept a positive attitude among the participants.

Aside from learning some volleyball moves from Olympic volleyball players, the delegates can also select teams and make a team cheer, which they will perform before the tournament to wake everyone’s competitive spirit. The teams will also experience participating in a volleyball tournament where they can test their newly acquired skills. This is a fast-paced competition, where everyone can have many hilarious and extremely high energy moments.

Beach Volleyball is a naturally dynamic team-building event that requires low skill or fitness levels and still enables participants to be challenged, have fun and bond with your team.

Set aside a day to have some fun and flex those “team building muscles”, just call us at 1 300 267 738. We can set up this team building activity anywhere in Australia, and we’ll take care of everything. Its easy, fun and most importantly, good for your team!

For more information kindly visit us at: http://www.sportscorpelite.com.

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Press Release Submitted On: October 24, 2009 at 12:35 am
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