Want to network like Facebook, Google, Netflix, and Apple? Look no further than Feet First Eventertainment, the go-to resource for corporate teambuilding. Feet First takes groups out of the boardroom and gets them up on their feet, engaging in fun activities that promote a positive work environment. But that’s not all they do; Feet First Eventertainment also focuses on giving back and ensures that companies include a little social responsibility in their playtime.
Kevin Cloutier and his brother Dave founded Feet First Eventertainment after working in television on shows such as Survivor, Legend of the Hidden Temple and Endurance. Their experience of working on these reality shows inspired a vision for a new way that companies could invigorate their employees and have fun in the process. They took the challenges they had created for television and tweaked them to fit the business world.
Feet First Eventertainment offers a variety of teambuilding activities, all customizable to fit each individual company’s needs. From outdoor adventures, to indoor activities to CSR programs, there’s a perfect fit for everyone. Some of the company’s most popular events include making your own music video or commercial, an Amazing Race scavenger hunt, and Room Escape challenges.
Following their dedication to giving back, Feet First recently partnered with Water Works Program, an Australian-based company that builds and donates water filtration systems to villages in Africa. Feet First is now able to facilitate the construction of these filtration systems and help distribute them where they are needed most. After a company completes an event building these water systems, they can see photographs of the families who received the filtration systems and are now able to drink clean water as a direct result of their team building experience.
While the company is based in California, they have additional offices in Dallas, Phoenix and Seattle, and facilitate events all over the world. Feet First Eventertainment was established in 1990 and produces anywhere from 20 to 35 events each month. For more information, visit their website.