Team Building

Corporate Challenge

Are you looking for a creative team building event? A unique meeting venue? Want a great way to say "THANK YOU"? Are you looking for the perfect ending to your morning meeting?

Come to Swing-A-Round Fun Town! Our corporate challenges involve:

  • Go Kart Relay Races
  • Bumper Boat Relay Races
  • Miniature Golf Tournaments
  • Skee Ball Tournaments
  • Jump Shot Basketball Challenges
  • Batting Cage Challenge
  • PacMan Air Hockey Competition
  • Winter Options Available

Bar-B-Que Buffet Includes:

  • BBQ pulled pork and BBQ pulled chicken with barbecue sauces
  • Ball park hot dogs with all the fixins
  • Baked beans, chips, potato salad, fresh veggies and dip
  • Bottomless soft drinks during the buffet!

GREAT VALUE!!! Just $29.95 per person. (Gratuity and Tax not included)

For reservations or details please contact
Shannon Shea
(314) 229-8537 Direct
(636) 349-7077 Swing-A-Round Offices

Comments From Past Parties

“The Corporate Challenge Package was perfectly structured to ensure we had fun and the luncheon buffet was especially tasty. All the attendees had an exceptional time, thanks to your special attention.”
Lynda Meyer
Southwestern Bell

“Everyone had a great time at your facility on Sunday. Everything was great! I was a little worried about the weather, but it was our best turnout ever! Your staff is OUTSTANDING! They made my job a lot easier and I came out looking like a champ. We can’t wait until next year.”
Cheryl Schmidt
J.D. Street & Company, Inc.

“Our celebration was a big success. You were staffed appropriately so that everything seemed to run effortlessly, the facilities were impeccable and the food was excellent. Even our catering manager commented on how delicious the buffet was!”
Marti Cortez
Maritz Inc.

“Our Corporate Challenge was a great form of teambuilding. The individual groups got into it all the way, from the naming of their teams, to displaying of their first place prizes on each of their desks. Thank you, we will be in touch for future events!”
Marva Halbert
First Bank