Companies Build Teamwork While Giving Back to the Community by Building Bikes for Needy Kids
Released on: August 12, 2008, 4:54 am
Press Release Author: Susan Cain
Press Release Summary: Organizations and corporations are increasingly looking for ways to give back to their community. Now they can offer team building training while they benefit others.
Press Release Body: LISLE, Illinois, July 31, 2008 - Organizations and corporations are increasingly looking for ways to give back to their community. Now they can offer team building training while they benefit others.
The Corporate Learning Institute, based outside Chicago offers a team building training event called Build a Bike. Companies can book an event that pits teams against the clock to build bikes in a fun yet exciting environment.
Susan Cain of the Corporate Learning Institute commented on a recent Build a Bike event. "We just completed an event in Dallas, where the company built 35 bikes for a non profit organization called Girls, Incorporated. They then got to meet the representative who would give the bikes to the girls. It was very emotional for the bike builders. They loved seeing the impact that they made." Cain stated that each team of 8 employees also created a card for the girl receiving the bike. "At the end of the building event, the Girl's Incorporated representative came on stage to accept the bikes and card and there was not a dry eye in the audience", she noted.
The Corporate Learning Institute offers programs and services ranging from large-scale corporate events to strategic training services. Some of the Institute's clients include the Marriott Corporation, Bosch, Motorola, American Airlines, Eisai Pharmaceutical, Aramark, Grant Thornton, Exxon Mobile, Kellogg and Kraft. To find out more, please visit http://www.corplearning.com/.
Web Site: http://www.corplearning.com/
Contact Details: Corporate Learning Institute 1195 Summerhill Drive Lisle, IL 60532 1-800-203-6734 email@example.com