As a business executive, manager and boss you are surely always looking for ways to bond, grow and build the morale of your team. Throwing a team building event could be just what you are looking for, what you need. What better way to get your employees working together to complete a task then to have them playing in the sand, with purpose!
Let us help you plan your next company event for team building. Archisand provides all necessary equipment including shovels, tools, buckets and more! After a training workshop you will divide into teams and compete in a competition. Professionals will be there to give tips and encouragement during the event. Prizes will be given out in a variety of categories at the end of the event! And the best part… we will provide a private paparazzi team to capture the event!
But this is your day. We will help you build your team events and schedule to fit your needs.
As always these events can take place anytime, anywhere, beach or no beach. We will bring the sand to you!!
Whether your event is for a corporation, church or other organization, team building with sand is a great way to bond your team and inspire productivity!
On October 6, 2013 the 52nd Annual Sandcastle Contest was held in Corona del Mar. This event is put together every year by the Chamber of Commerce. From young to old to professional sand sculptors like us, there was high participation from the community!
Spooky sand sculptures lined the shore for this years theme “Haunted Castles”. Everything from witches to graveyards decorated the beach, even a few pumpkins and some ironic White House structures noting “now this is scary”.
Unfortunately, we were unable to attend this year due to prior commitments, but the event seemed to go off without a hitch and the designs were creative and well done. We wanted to show recognition to the contest and the participants within the community since we couldn’t be there in person. Hopefully we can make it out next year! If you want more information on the contest winners and photos of the entrants, click here for their Facebook page.
With summer coming to an end, you may want to pack a bag and head up to Northern California where they are preparing for the 30th Annual Leap Sandcastle Contest at Ocean Beach. This year’s theme “Masterpieces of Sand” is bound to bring out the creativity in the sculptures. The event was originally scheduled in October but was rescheduled to November 9, 2013. For more information or to enter the contest click here.
Archisand is excited for all of the upcoming events planned, and will be posting pictures of the upcoming, exciting projects we are working on.
So if you are looking to have your own sandcastle design made for a special event, or market your company keep Archisand in mind for all of your sand needs!
Disney Corporation asked us to create the Disney Fantasy castle in sand for the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric Aids Foundation fund raiser event in Century City, Los Angeles.
We were glad to help out.
Check out the cool video of the day including some interesting time lapse video clips. A Star sighting was also found at the event. Gwen Stefani enjoyed the day along with several others. Including some of the USC Football squad.
Everyone had a great time at the Carlsbad Beach Festival in Carlsbad, California. Check out the time lapse clips of the sandsculpture and share with your friends. To view the video Click here or on the photo below.
Last night Dwight King scored the tiebreaking goal early in the third period, Jonathan Quick made 18 saves, and the Los Angeles Kings rolled to the brink of their first Stanley Cup final in 19 years with a 2-1 victory over the Phoenix Coyotes.
7 Archisand sand sculptors took 2 days and turned 25 tons of sand into a 12′ tall sand sculpture of the LA Kings logo, jerseys, numbers, and even goalie, Jonathan Quick!
Fans celebrated around the final sculpture after the finishing touches went on last night at the first home game for the Kings this series.
If you missed the excitement, check out the images of the Stanley Cup & LA Kings sand sculpture below…