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Giving Back Charity CSR Events To Help Disaster Victims

Greetings from The Go Game!

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'Tis the Season to Plan Your Holiday Party!

It seems like just yesterday you were grilling hot dogs at your Summer BBQ Kick Off and now you’re already scrambling to deck the halls for your company holiday party. Wondering how to keep the bah-humbug out of your holiday festivities this year? We guarantee you can’t find a grinch in sight at ...

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Wildfire Preparedness Game 2017

From August 1 - 14th, we are inviting families across Amador and Calaveras County to participate in a fun interactive Wildfire Preparedness Game. This game is free, open to the public, and designed for all ages! Winners will be eligible for awesome local prizes. 

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Stay Cool In The Summer with The Go Game

Sometimes playing in the sun is not always that fun. It can be a lot of work to convince your team to PLAY in the heat. Don’t worry, you don’t have to push your team event off until winter.  We’ve got a handful of games that are a guaranteed good time, regardless of the summer weather outside.

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Is it too late to transform your boring workplace?

It’s Wednesday at 2pm and you are bored. You glance at the rows of desks where your co-workers sit quietly transfixed on their glowing monitors, as if they are all being beckoned to “go to the light”. A spreadsheet gleams back at you from your own screen, the sexy allure of its many complex ...

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Vegas Conference Success!

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The Go Game White Paper on Play

"Click here to read our white paper, "Play: The New Secret Weapon for Healthy Workplaces"

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Play at Work: An Antidote to the Daily Grind

According to Gallup, the average full-time worker spends 47 hours a week on the clock. So ponder this for a minute: If work isn’t a fun environment, that’s an awful lot of drudgery. Perhaps the grind explains the miserly 32.6 percent of employees who are engaged in their work. The concept of play ...

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How to Build Trust in the Workplace

In elementary school, we probably all had few teachers who said, “There’s no such thing as a dumb question.” And, as kids, every time we heard that line, there was a collective eye roll. But in spite of the inherent snarkiness of adolescence, the point was made: No one deserves to be ridiculed for ...

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Play: As Universal and Far-Reaching as the Internet

The internet changed everything. The world gained global access to ever-growing sources of information (both real and false), commerce (both legit and scammy), platforms for socializing and endless entertainment. At The Go Game, what we’ve appreciated most—well, aside from hundreds of hours ...

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