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The Holiday Party Is the Perfect Time For Team Building

By Upward Enterprises / December 18, 2017 /

It doesn’t matter what holiday you’re celebrating, almost every business has some type of celebration near the end of the year. Whether you’re sending everyone to a restaurant or just a small party at the office, it’s the perfect time to do a few team building activities. Small Party Games If your party is in…

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Meet the Upward Enterprises Staff – Travis Creamer

By Upward Enterprises / August 15, 2017 /

I started my career as a challenge course facilitator in 1991 working at a camp. In November of that same year, I enlisted into the US Army Reserve and was trained as a 91B10 Combat Medic. After leaving the Army, I worked for Inner Quest leading adventure programs, trips and eventually building ropes courses. During…

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Team Building Facilitator Larry Riggs

Meet the Upward Enterprises Staff – Larry Riggs

By Upward Enterprises / April 18, 2017 /

Larry attended his Upward Enterprises (UEI) first ropes course in 1999 and was hooked on Maryland team building and Maryland corporate retreats. He immediately recognized the value of experiential education and began organizing groups for team building Maryland events several times a year. After a few years of hiring facilitators for his groups, he finally…

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Leap of Faith

By Upward Enterprises / October 27, 2015 /

Alan Eustace made his “leap of faith” from the stratosphere 135,000 miles to earth. While we don’t jump that far on the ropes course, you can take your own personal “leap of faith” at our ropes course.

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Adventure Park at Sandy Spring Team Building at Upward

By Upward Enterprises / September 22, 2015 /

Last week, a group of employees from The Adventure Park at Sandy Springs Friends School came out to our UEI’s ropes course for some good old fashioned Maryland team building. We went through our communication building and trust exercises and at the end of the day, everyone in the Adventure Park group walked away with a…

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