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Corporate Team Building At Painted Rubbish

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The purpose of team building activities is generally to foster awareness of the team spirit and to reinforce commitment to the team's shared goals and objectives. Properly applied, these activities can develop strong interpersonal relationships which help to bond the team closer together.


The only purpose of engaging in such activities should be to unite a group of individuals who all need each other in order to achieve their individual goals, as well as the group's common goals. This can be done by increasing or creating an understanding of common commitment to the team goals.  Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/2077478

Your employees/co-workers will have a great time at our team building paint parties. A place to come, hang out, bond and create, all in an un-intimating atmosphere.

We offer several types of team building projects for your corporate party and they include; 

Mystery Painting - Our instructor takes you step by step to a surprise painting.

Individual Paintings - Everyone in the class paints and personalizes their own painting with the help of our local artists step by step instructions.

Collaborative Painting - Everyone in the group contributes their individual painting that will create a collaborative painting.

Call us: 630-568-3911 We will be delighted to talk about and plan your next party at Corks & Brushes.

Email us: info@paintedrubbish.com Give us a few specifics (date, time, number of guest etc.) and we will reply with recommendations and pricing to get the party started.


Come to Painted Rubbish where it's like walking into a real life pinterest, there is always plenty of parking and a place you leave always feeling expired.

Come on in, add a little art to your life!

For more information please contact us;    

info@paintedrubbish.com    www.paintedrubbish.com

15W700 North Frontage Rd Burr Ridge, IL

Business Phone: 630-568-3911 Company Cell: 630-664-0951

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