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Corporate Murder Mystery Team Building

Corporate Murder Mystery Team Building

Corporate Murder Mystery Team Building is a fun and creative way to spark enthusiasm, boost morale and teach coworkers to communicate with each other more effectively. While it is true that our one-of-a-kind events are extremely fun, there are also strong and tangible business lessons built into the mix, which will ultimately enhance company productivity and increase your bottom line.

Corporate Murder Mystery Team Building

Benefits associated with Corporate Murder Mystery programs:

  • Foster confidence and spontaneity
  • Hone leadership and decision-making skills
  • Expand group harmony and communication
  • Heighten creativity and exploration
  • Encourage listening and responsiveness
  • Elevate team commitment and loyalty
  • Initiate diversity of thought

You and your co-workers Jet off to Las Vegas for a company-wide junket. While enjoying the best show on the Strip, the fun and magic are suddenly interrupted as it is revealed that one of the magician’s assistants has been murdered. The police lock down the showroom. No one is beyond suspicion, not the magician, not the show’s producer, not the showgirls, not even you!

Prohibition is in full force and a speakeasy is the only place serving bootleg hooch. Knock three times; say; “Hotsy-Totsy” and suddenly your rubbing elbows with gangsters, con artists and politicians. The club is jumpin’ and Jazz music fills the thick air as a small time hustler looks for a clueless patsy. A swanky flapper draws your eye but watch your step, one wrong move at this joint and you’ll be leaving in the trunk of someone’s jalopy!

While preparing for a possible merger, you find out that your company is the target of a hostile takeover. Just how hostile you hadn’t realized, until one of your employees “calls in DEAD!” From Mailroom to Boardroom, investigators try to figure out who is leaking important information to the competition and why the intern who brings in lunch has an offshore bank account?

Corporate Murder Mystery Team Building

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