A rebrand, website redesign and PR program increase contact form fills by 532% while differentiating edtech provider in crowded space
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I love scavenger hunts. I love organizing them, I love participating in them and what I love most of all is when a bunch of Walker Sands employees get together and enjoy one.
Scavenger hunts are great for many reasons. They’re a fun way to inspire a little competitive spirit. They shake up the office and help employees get to know team members they might not work with on a daily basis. And they introduce people to the hidden side of Chicago, a city that is certainly worth exploring.
This year’s company scavenger hunt took our teams to places like Fulton Market, the Loop, the beach, Lincoln Park and more! The day ended at our downtown office, where teams enjoyed a hotdog truck and refreshments while I tallied the scores. Team Nope came away with the win, but I’d say everyone was a winner because they all got to participate in a scavenger hunt. Did I mention I really love scavenger hunts?
Here are a few of our favorite challenges from the event:
Build a sandcastle at the beach
Find someone featured in that day’s Chicago Tribune (one team found Jorge Lopez of Shoe Drop)
Enjoy a brownie at the hotel where the dessert was invented -- the Palmer House
Find $1 million (and feel like a million bucks while doing it)
Show off your PR chops by getting behind the desk of a major Chicago news station
Use iconic L signs to spell out ‘Walker Sands’
Visit some of our favorite local food trucks
I’m glad to say everyone made it back in one piece, and we’re all already looking forward to next year’s scavenger hunt.
Curious where else our teams visited? Check out #chifind16 on Twitter and Instagram. Or, interested in hosting a scavenger hunt of your own and want to see the clues we used? Let me know!