Super September Team Buildings at Gratchi's Getaway!

September 30, 2018 0 Comments

"Individually, we are one drop. Together, we are an ocean." – Ryunosuke Satoro

The Tagaytay Team Buildings this September were fun and enjoyable for both our clients and us here at Gratchi's Getaway. From corporate groups large and small, here is a little recap of some of the team buildings that happened over the past month!


Zenith Food Corporation (Central Commissary of Jollibee Foods Corp.) held their teambuilding at Gratchi’s Getaway last September 25-26, 2018. To take a respite from their regular working environment, they decided to try some of the activities like the Obstacle Courses, ATV, Zipline, River Trekking and Bonfire.  

 
Team Building by River Trekking at Gratchi's Getaway, TagaytayATV (all terrain vehicle) at Gratchi's Getaway, a farm in Tagaytay

“We had fun! We really enjoyed the River Trekking.” -Zenith Food Corporation


Fujitsu Weserv held their planning and teambuilding at Gratchi’s Getaway last September 29, 2018.  Fujitsu Weserv’s event turned into a family bonding as other members of the team tagged along their loved ones and together they conquered the obstacle courses. After the tiring obstacle courses, they really enjoyed singing and bonding.

“We are super tired but it’s all worth it. SO FUN!!!” -Fujitsu Weserv

 "None of us, including me, ever do great things.

But we can all do small things, with great love,

and together we can do something wonderful." – Mother Teresa


Team Building activity: Trustfall at the obstacle course in Gratchi's Getaway

Sanyo Plastic Philippines also held their teambuilding here at Gratchi’s Getaway last September 29, 2018 facilitated by Playworks.   They enjoyed the teambuilding activities, including the Great Farm Race.  Given their responses after the event, it seems Sanyo Plastic employees will go back to work with a totally refreshed mind-set. 

“The food is the best and the activities are fun”
-Sanyo Plastic PH

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