From the youtube link, I found out that the Go Game is a company that uses tech to build a really fun and cool scavenger hunt game package for team buildings and they are teaming up with Project Open Hand this Sunday to raise money for a good cause as well as benefit the participants. Who doesn’t like a good, fun, and competitive game!? I hear we are finally having some sunshine this sunday! Details below for signing up!
SAN FRANCISCO, CA– On Sunday, March 27th The Go Game presents ‘Will Play for Food’, a unique scavenger hunt that benefits Project Open Hand, a Bay Area nutrition-services agency that provides meals with love to people living with HIV/AIDS, the homebound critically ill, and seniors.
Participants will use a cell phone and a digital camera as guides on this San Francisco urban adventure to challenge their wits, discover the city’s hidden gems, and capture the magic through creative photos and videos. After completing the scavenger hunt, teams will reconvene at Project Open Hand’s headquarters for a post party featuring an award ceremony, heavy hors d’oeuvres made by Project Open Hand chefs, and free wine and beer sponsored by Napa Cellars and Sudwerk Brewery.
The Go Game stages technology-fueled, creative games and activities for team building, marketing programs, sales training and just pure fun. Based in San Francisco, they stage unique, interactive events and scavenger hunts for groups anywhere in the world.
What: The Go Game is a heart-pounding, gut-busting urban adventure game that puts other scavenger hunts to shame. You and a team of friends will challenge your wits, your teamwork, and your willingness to be outrageous in public.
Why: Good fun, good food, and good times to benefit a good cause.
When: Sunday, March 27th, 1:30 – 6:00 pm.
Where: The event will start and end at Project Open Hand’s headquarters, at 730 Polk Street. The game will center around the vibrant Polk Street district.
Tickets: $40 per person. Purchase tickets online at http://playforfood.eventbrite.com/