We want to test your team building skills, it’s a Game of Mental, Physical and Crazy Fun!
6 corporate teams will be chosen to go head to head in a round of heat at Jumble. The 3 teams who get passed the heats will reach the final where the winning team will win AED 10,000 CASH. Chris, Robbie or Sonal will join a team each to help their team win the prize money.
This competition is now closed.
GENERAL CONDITIONS: All applicants must register as a corporate team, All applicants must be over 18 years old, Entries must be submitted by Wednesday 24th October.
A first of its kind ever, in the UAE, Jumble brings a unique type of adventure to the shores of Dubai. It is true team adventure where teams of 3-6 players have to use their mental and physical skills to progress through 16 exhilarating Jumbles. These challenges will have you and your team crawling through tunnels, calling the fire-station, climbing monkey bars, coming face to face with zombies, do the chicken dance and much more. You never know what you’re in for until you’ve experienced it for yourself. At Jumble, teams rely on each other to progress. This creates an atmosphere that is surprising, competitive, fun and nurturing. It encourages you to push yourself, think differently and increase collaboration.
It is just the right venue to give all of the fun and benefits of team building indoors. It is ULTIMATE Team building experience, with over 1000 world renowned corporate companies choosing Jumble to enhance productivity and engagement. Jumble is pretty much obsessed with hosting team building events for corporates, schools and birthdays. Expect hours of crazy moments that will boggle your mind, test your physical skills and create memories to last a lifetime.
Visit Jumble.ae | Call 800 Jumble | @jumbledxb
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