Do you work in an office or on a team? Do you know what could seriously improve your work environment? A beer pong table. Now, it may seem like a hard sell; but if you confine your beer pong games to after-hours, the weekends, or social gatherings, a beer pong table could actually be just the thing your team needs to push your work to the next level! Consider the following evidence:
Beer Pong Boosts Morale
After a long day at the office, it’s easy for people to get tired and start resenting their job. However, a long day followed by a friendship-forming, stress-relieving game of beer pong? We can guarantee that the bit of fun with your coworkers will eliminate any lingering work-related anxiety and recharge the whole team.
Productivity will increase if there’s a reward at the end of the day
Sure, every job has its long-term rewards: getting a promotion, or the satisfaction of completing a big project. But people are driven by short-term rewards, too. If you set a goal and reward your team with a round of beer pong at the end of the day, they’re more likely to achieve their goals–and more likely to have fun while doing it.
Branding, branding, branding
Put your company or office logo on one of our custom beer pong tables and you’ll be able to show visiters your sense of humor and team spirit. Want people to have inexpensive take-homes? Try putting your logo on some of our custom beer pong balls! This will be sure to keep people talking.
Simply can’t make a decision? Let beer pong help you.
Look, there are all kinds of ways to make a decision. You’d be surprised at the number of times people can’t agree on important decisions and, at the end of the day, end up flipping a coin. A round of beer pong is better than a coin flip because it keeps the conversation going while loosening people up. The team will be much more likely to come to an agreement after a friendly competition at the beer pong table!
Posted 2 years, 10 months ago at 4:20 pm. 11 comments
New Year’s Eve may be over, but it’s never too late to make a resolution or two. Here are five you should focus on for your beer pong games this year:
1. I will be a good sport.
It’s tempting to rub every win into your opponent’s face, or to make excuses for every defeat, but remember, people are more interested in being around a fun person with a sense of humor. Cheering people on or engaging in good-natured heckling? Good. Continuing to celebrate hours after a big score? A little sad. Play it cool, have fun, and then move on.
2. I won’t settle for an ordinary table or pong balls this year.
Look, why would you need to use some shabby table you find in the basement when you can create the beer pong table of your dreams on the cheap? Or for an even smaller investment, you can put your team name on some beer pong balls. It may not help you win, but it’ll at least make you look awesome.
3. I will recycle my cups.
There’s no excuse not to do everything you can to protect the environment, especially when little changes are so easy. For example, tired of throwing away mountains of those plastic red cups every time you play a game? Then save yourself some money—and earn major karma points from the environment—by getting some reusable, dishwasher safe beer pong cups. These lightweight cups are perfect for beer pong, and you’ll be able to tell anyone you’re trying to impress: “yeah, I’m saving the planet.”
4. I will invite new people to my pong games.
It’s easy to fall in with the same old crowd and play your pong games with the same handful of people every weekend. But don’t forget one of the best parts of beer pong: it’s an amazing way to meet people and make friends! The game keeps people occupied, so there’s no awkward small talk; and by the end of it you really bond with your teammates. So invite the people down the hall, invite your classmates, invite your coworkers, and celebrate some awesome new friendships.
5. I will drink responsibly.
You know this one already, but we’ll say it again: it isn’t cool to drink and drive! In fact, we can’t imagine a faster way to ruin your popularity than to run into someone with a car because you didn’t have the foresight to find a designated driver. If you’re going to drink, make sure you have a place to crash or a responsible way to get home. And then go have fun and play some kick-ass pong in 2012!
Posted 2 years, 10 months ago at 4:36 pm. 9 comments