It’s Game Time at Integrity

Category: Integrity Culture

Date: October 8, 2020

On the “Inspire” podcast we kicked off of Game Time 2020—our 4th quarter focus supporting our Integrity Partners into the final push—and a chance for every team member, across all Integrity offices, to bring a little competition to the most important time of the year for our business.

To help kick things off, we sent each Integrity Partner Team Captain some decorations to get the fun going. They wasted no time getting into the Game Time spirit! Here’s a great shot of Integrity’s Game Time set up:

And here’s the view inside the office at Premier Marketing:

And here’s the view inside the office at AIMC:

And here’s the view inside the office at Cornerstone:

And here’s the view inside the office at Equis:

And here’s the view inside the office at NEAT:

And here’s the view inside the office at Scott Riddle:

We love how Game Time helps bring us together as we work toward achieving our goals. The stakes have never been higher — let’s all stay focused on executing our winning game plans to perfection!

Get more details on Game Time by tuning in to our “Inspire” podcast kicking off the 4th quarter.

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