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Full Day Events & Keynotes

Corporate meeting planners often ask us if we offer Keynote Speakers. We know the importance of kicking off the day with an inspiring speech. It was important to us to not only add keynote speakers to our lineup but to program full day events that entertain, motivate and inspire your group. Keynotes are critical We … Continued


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STEM Kits for Kids

What’s all the buzz with STEM? STEM is a curriculum based on the idea of educating students in four specific subjects. Students are taught science, technology, engineering and mathematics and how they work together in the real world. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the bulk of STEM careers will be in computers, … Continued


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  • By Gina Columbo
  • In News
  • Posted March 6, 2019

Daylight Saving

This weekend marks the start of Daylight Saving Time.  DST is some people’s favorite time of year due to the added daylight that is gained each day.  People will move their clocks forward one-hour beginning Sunday, March 10th. Summer days are longer, leaving more time to do the things you love outdoors. But how and … Continued


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CSR & the Charities Who Benefit

Our CSR, Charitable programs, continue to lead the way as our most popular team building activities. Over the years, BEST has developed a great lineup of charitable give-back programs and have built long-lasting relations with the top philanthropic organizations. Our CSR programs can be delivered anywhere in North America.  CSR features group bonding activities designed … Continued


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Benefits of Team Building

Although team building brings many benefits to companies and their employees, there are also a lot of misconceptions. More often than not when people hear the words “team building” they are taken back. At first, people might think it’s a waste of time; it can be dangerous, stupid or boring. They think they will be … Continued


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  • By Gina Columbo
  • In News
  • Posted January 22, 2019

Super Bowl Sunday Statistics

It’s the time of year, Super Bowl, when the final two teams remain in the NFL.  The AFC and NFC champions, New England Patriots versus the Los Angeles Rams, will battle it out on Sunday, February 3rd what is commonly known as Super Bowl Sunday.  What started with 32 teams and 17 weeks of regular … Continued


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Groups of any size

With our talent, technique, and proprietary technology, we are the go-to company for corporate groups of any size with 30 to over 6,000 participants. The most common question we recieve is what are our most popular programs by group size? Small, Medium and Large Groups Small Groups with 30 to 150 participants enjoy an up close and … Continued


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National Trivia Day

Did you know that January 4th is National Trivia Day? Did you also know that the word “trivia” is plural for the word trivium? Trivium means “place where three roads meet”. From the Latin word “tri” which means three and “via” which means road. According to Dictionary.com the word “trivia” means: “matters or things that … Continued


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  • By Gina Columbo
  • In Holiday
  • Posted December 19, 2018

Christmas Traditions

Christmas is celebrated by people all around the world, in many different ways, and for some countries, the celebrations go beyond the one day. At various times throughout history the celebration of Christmas was banned due to its religious aspects, and in some countries, it is still forbidden. In England during 1644-1660 Oliver Cromwell put … Continued


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  • By Gina Columbo
  • In Holiday
  • Posted December 12, 2018

The First Day of Winter

Winter Solstice, the shortest day of the year and the longest night, occurs every December. The date for the Winter Solstice varies from the 20th to the 23rd. The 21st and the 22nd being the two most common dates. 1903 was the last time that the Winter Solstice occurred on the 23rd, and it won’t … Continued