Tired of the same old activities you’ve been doing for years?
Westworld Corporate Paintball Adventures offers an exciting alternative to routine sales meetings and typical employee parties.
Paintball is bold, different, and guaranteed to capture everyone’s interest. Paintball is a TEAMBUILDING event full of action-packed excitement, attracting people from all professions and walks of life.
Our Corporate Paintball Shoot-Out is designed for groups that want to combine TEAMBUILDING and LEADERSHIP training with adventure, excitement and competition. Two teams are selected and given a set of objectives: to develop the best strategy for capturing and controlling the oppositions’ territories and flag stations, while simultaneously defending their own flags and their co-workers.
Westworld Corporate Paintball Adventures combines relaxed fun with demanding situations, allowing participants to demonstrate and develop their LEADERSHIP, COMMUNICATION, and PROBLEM-SOLVING skills, while having an exhilarating time. Our Corporate Paintball program enhances group dynamics, breaks down employer/employee barriers, erodes gender barriers, improves morale and develops company camaraderie. Co-workers return refreshed, rejuvenated, and infused with a new sense of personal ability and corporate team spirit.
Some of the “BIG SHOTS” that have benefited from Westworld Paintball’s unique Corporate TEAM BUILDING program include:
Phoenix Coyotes * Pulte Homes * Motorola * Ralston Purina * Home Savings * Autodesk * Buick * Carnation * Cellular One * General Electric * General Mills * Honeywell * Intel * Kodak * RCA * Westinghouse * Xerox * American Express * MicroAge * Banner Health * Discover * Amazon * Ford Motor Co * GoDaddy * Integrate * Neomend * Quicken Loans * Starwood Hotels * Waste Management * MGM Resorts * Westin
From incentive meetings to company picnics, Westworld Corporate Paintball Adventures offers a variety of packages for almost any occasion, . Our Director of Corporate Events will personally assist you in arranging all the activities and details. We will also custom-tailor a package to specifically meet the demands of your group.
Paintball Too Rough?
30 years after Paintball’s inception, it has moved into the mainstream media. Television channels such as ESPN and ESPN 2 regularly schedule “hard-core” paintball tournaments under the heading of “extreme sports”. They amp it up so it’ll be fun to watch, but these tournaments have nothing to do with Westworld’s Corporate Paintball activities. Westworld uses a LOW-POWERED PUMP-ACTION PAINTBALL GUN, 100% washable paintballs, full protective headgear, chest/back protectors, and a light-hearted yet professional radio-equipped referee staff.
Since the goal is Corporate Teambuilding, our games naturally inspire enhanced leadership, cohesion and camaraderie. And they provide the best team alliance exercise that our clients have ever experienced. It’s a sport where men and women compete on equal terms. Physical size and strength does not determine the outcome of the game. A winning team comes from team members’ ability to think fast and act decisively, while interacting and cooperating with teammates. Keeping all this in mind, Westworld Paintball guarantees to bring out the hidden Annie Oakley and Wild Bill Hickok in each of us. We invite you to join the many thousands of “Cowboys” and “Cowgirls” who have had the opportunity to experience Westworld Corporate Paintball Adventures.
Find the Loot
This game is ideal for Corporate Teambuilding and strategy planning. Each paintball team starts from an opposing end of the field. There are four flags, one controlled by each team and two neutral ones, each worth 500 points to the team that controls it. The game ends when time runs out OR when one team controls all the flags. There are also numerous moneybags, marked with various denominations totaling $8,000.00. Only the money bags controlled by the team at their starting flag base will count toward the team’s point total. Money bags in transit (in a team member’s possession, but not at the base) will not count. If a player is eliminated while in possession of a money bag, he or she will drop the bag at the location they were eliminated. The money bag can then be retrieved and put back into play by either team. The amount of money secured at the end of the game is added to the team’s score. The paintball team with the most points is the winner.
All points accumulated during the paintball game session are added to the points from previous games. A team can prevent the opposition from “stealing” their money bag accumulation by ending the game through flag control. Since controlling all the flags is worth only 2,000 points, it is up to the team members to determine if it is in their best interest to stop the game by gaining control of all flags, either as an offensive or a defensive measure.
A normal game session consists of four games. Points are cumulative. Because of the varying point amounts for the money bags, a team could technically win the game, but still come up short in overall points.
If you choose to incorporate additional cowboy games and casino games, points can be awarded to teams for those events as well and added to cumulative team scores to determine an overall winner for the day. Group members not playing Paintball still help their team out by accumulating points at the casino and cowboy games. This adds a new dimension to the strategic play of the game.