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How to Increase Attendance at Your Next Corporate Outing

Last updated 4 years ago

You host a corporate outing to entice employees to socialize in an informal atmosphere. However, all of this planning goes to waste if no one shows up on the day of the event! Use these tips to ensure that your next corporate party is attended by as many people as possible:

Choose a Fun Activity
Guaranteed fun is one of the best ways to get people to come out to your event. Choose a party venue like Whirlyball, where your guests can have a great time as they socialize outside of the office. Whirlyball is a unique combination of lacrosse, hockey, basketball, and bumper cars, and it is the perfect event for guests of all ages. Best of all, it requires absolutely no athletic ability, which means everyone feels welcome to play!

Take Advantage of Social Media
Spread the word about your corporate party to get a big turnout. On top of regular invitations, you should consider sending out online invitations and using your company’s Twitter and Facebook pages. This way, you can inform a big group of people about the event without having to do that much work. The more people who know about your outing, the more likely you are to have a big turnout.

Include Families on the Invite List
Make a note on the invitation that families are welcome to attend. This will inspire even more people to come to the corporate party. If an employee knows that it is okay to bring his or her spouse and children, he or she will probably feel more comfortable attending.

Whether you are planning a corporate party , a reunion, or even a birthday party, Whirlyball is a great place to host your next event if you live in the Chicago area.  We make it easy to plan the best parties! To learn about our private party venue, you can visit us online or call us at (888) 608­-2718.


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