Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Pole Postition

Over the years our End of the Year/Holiday Party has taken us some amazing places. It has also involved a number of equally unique individuals, all of whom have made RVR a special place we like to call, "work." 

Looking back, we've hit the bowling alley only to realize that most of us can't even bowl our own weight.  With the addition of Timothy Olson,  a Wisconsin native, our team score has improved substantially as he informed us bowling was a school sport back home. 

We then ran circles at the indoor go -kart track a couple years back only to watch as our stable business carried on where, I guess, indoor go karts in a motor-centric town like Medford couldn't.   What I'm trying to say is they went out of business.   If squint your eyes it almost looks like any 5k in the valley.   

Last year we hosted our own dodge ball party and shrunk the court about two hundred percent adding injury to insult.  Yeah that's right, injury to insult.  I will say however the dodge balls we picked up were top notch, and made out of real rhino skin, so you know they're good. 

2011 seemed to have us stymied until we decided to call on an inner passion that had lain dormant all these years. It was right under our nose all along and fit in with the bosses open door policy.  Something he so sorely needs to work on for 2012.

In pictures, here is a taste of what you're allowed to see.

Complete with bibs and technical socks!

There's a reason the ladies don't wear jeans.

Wicked dance moves.

Yes, Leland did arrive with those shorts!

Graceful Jeff

Not the first time we've looked this worn out.

Big thanks to the gals at The Pole Dance Fitness.   Happy Holidays Y'all!

1 comment:

Dominic Grossman said...

I'd have to say most of your end of year parties are great recruiting posts to attact new employees.. Most of them that is.