Portland OMSI Museum

A great place to hold a corporate team building event in Portland Event Description: Boasting five fascinating exhibition halls, a planetarium, an Imax Theater and even a submarine, Portland’s OMSI is a fantastic, safe place to be a kid, indoors and out of the clouds, enjoying a corporate teambuilding event.…

Portland Downtown

A great place to hold a team building event in Portland Event Description: Boasting a thriving downtown area with fine shopping, great restaurants, famous chefs and one of the world’s great bookstores, Portland is a fantastic, safe place to do a corporate teambuilding event. Location History: In 1843, Tennessee drifter…

Because I Said I Would…

While on my way to North Carolina this past week, I discovered a fascinating article in Southwest Airlines’ Spirit Magazine, entitled “The Everyday Action Hero”.  It tells the story of 28-year-old Alex Sheen, founder of Because I Said it Would, a nonprofit dedicated to “bettering humanity through the power of…

Exploratorium

An Indoor San Francisco Team Building Event Venue Description:  With a stated mission statement “to change the way the world learns,” the Exploratorium in San Francisco is a science museum like no other.  While engaging in your corporate teambuilding exercise, you won’t want to miss the wonders of this 21st…

Hollywood

A great place to hold a corporate team building event in Hollywood Event Description: An exciting place to participate in a corporate teambuilding event, Hollywood retains its historic sparkle, with movie theaters galore, high-end shopping and dining, and of course, the Walk of Fame. Location History: A sleepy town up…

The Power of Choice

There once was a knight of the Round Table who met a beautiful woman — fair of skin with long, raven hair — and took her to court to marry her.   Little did the knight know that his bride-to-be was bewitched by a terrible spell, cast upon her by an…

A Face in the Crowd

The other day while looking up something on Wikipedia, I was greeted by a prominent note at the top of the page asking me for a mere $3.00 donation to fund the website’s ongoing efforts.    Wikipedia is an amazing, volunteer service, right  – the modern equivalent of the Oxford English…