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Mr Price - Clash Of The Clans

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The scene of a brutal ethnic battle, Durban | Corporate Team Building beachfront saw over 12 different local ‘tribes’ converge on the 15 June 2012, to decide who was the superior amongst them. Dressed up as Ndebele, Zulu, Voortrekkers, Indians and other such groups, Mr. Price employees took to the seashore to pit their skills against each other in a range of team building playoffs. It was to be a tough afternoon of fun…

Shouts and chants of intimidation echoed across the frontlines as teams squared up for a War Cry challenge that set the tone. The Soccer, Cricket and Frisbee-golf courts witnessed the most strenuous encounters, where players fought hardest, often putting their bodies on the line, to win much needed points for their chosen ‘tribe’. Cheering and laughter may have been heard throughout the afternoon, but the tense competition never let up wit Beach And Bush | Team Building Durban facilitators ensuring everyone got stuck in! If that wasn’t enough, the Pictionary challenge had many running for retreat. But it was the dreaded Tug-of-war, which had many a poor warrior falling by the wayside, only to drag themselves to the cooler boxes for another thirst quencher.

In the end, it came down to those clans that not only played the hardest, but enjoyed themselves the most to walk off with the coveted first place prizes. Not to be outshone – the ‘Coloureds’ outshone the opposition (with bling hats and necklaces to match) to gain the best dressed of the day.

With the sun setting on a hard day’s battle, a well-deserved ice-cold drink in one hand, and a smile on each Mr. Price personnel, meant it was a day worth fighting for!

The scene of a brutal ethnic battle, Durban beachfront saw over 12 different local ‘tribes’ converge on the 15 June 2012, to decide who was the superior amongst them. Dressed up as Ndebele, Zulu, Voortrekkers, Indians and other such groups, Mr. Price employees took to the seashore to pit their skills against each other in a range of team building playoffs. It was to be a tough afternoon of fun…

Shouts and chants of intimidation echoed across the frontlines as teams squared up for a War Cry challenge that set the tone. The Soccer, Cricket and Frisbee-golf courts witnessed the most strenuous encounters, where players fought hardest, often putting their bodies on the line, to win much needed points for their chosen ‘tribe’. Cheering and laughter may have been heard throughout the afternoon, but the tense competition never let up wit Beach and Bush facilitators ensuring everyone got stuck in! If that wasn’t enough, the Pictionary challenge had many running for retreat. But it was the dreaded Tug-of-war, which had many a poor warrior falling by the wayside, only to drag themselves to the cooler boxes for another thirst quencher.

In the end, it came down to those clans that not only played the hardest, but enjoyed themselves the most to walk off with the coveted first place prizes. Not to be outshone – the ‘Coloureds’ outshone the opposition (with bling hats and necklaces to match) to gain the best dressed of the day.

With the sun setting on a hard day’s battle, a well-deserved ice-cold drink in one hand, and a smile on each Mr. Price personnel, meant it was a day worth fighting for!


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