Playworks Chicago Inaugural Corporate Kickball Tournament 2012

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Come kick it with Playworks Chicago at our first ever Corporate Kickball Tournament Friday, June 15. Join us for an afternoon of playful competition at Chicago’s historic Grant Park. Along with the fresh air and fun, enjoy a spread of fantastic food and a post-tournament happy hour. This is an excellent opportunity to celebrate your employees, build corporate camaraderie and help low-income students across the city engage in meaningful, healthy play each and every school day. 

Playworks offers a unique opportunity for partners to get in the game alongside Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Mattel, New Balance, Microsoft, Cisco, 24Hour Fitness, Salesforce.com, Old Navy, Bingham, Nike, Kaiser Permanente and other leaders in the field.

Date: Friday, June 15, 2012 

Time: 11:30 – 4:00 pm 

Location: Downtown's Grant Park

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