Team Building in Minnesota
Team building and corporate training participants find a lot to love about Minnesota. The “Land of 10,000 Lakes” not only offers pristine waters but also a wide variety of adventures from touring Amish country or beautiful vineyards to shopping in America’s biggest mall or riding on one of the country’s best bike trails.
Teams Play for the Kids in Minnesota
Join us at the Mall of America or another Minnesota retail location like the Shoppes at Arbor Lakes, for our Play for the Kids scavenger hunt benefitting local children in need. Turn your shopping into a team sport and experience more fun than ever before as your small teams collect points by searching for specific gift items for local girls and boys. Along the way, you may compete in Our Game Time challenge with an informal “Rock, Paper, Scissors” stand-off or search for the answers to a crossword puzzle at a local bookstore. Enjoy the Keeping the Beat challenges involving music, bands and noise-making such as identifying the songs playing in the stores you visit. Ultimately, choosing thoughtful gifts for the kids at local hospitals, shelters or community programs makes everyone feel like a winner.
More Adventure Associates corporate training and team building programs in Minnesota
With boating on Minnesota’s lakes such a treasured local past time, your team will find an abundance of inspiration and venues for our Build a Boat program. Design, build and race your own boats on the grounds of Itasca State Park or your hotel pool. Blend your team building experience with professional development by incorporating our DISC workshop and learn about behavioral styles at conference venues such as the Grand Ely Lodge.
Some of our many other Minnesota locations:
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