Congrats to Our Marketing Team Movement Challenge Winners!

Congrats to Our Marketing Team Movement Challenge Winners!

During this time of great change, we found a way to keep our team moving in the right direction – literally and figuratively. Our Chief Marketing Officer, Wendy Gibson, challenged our marketing team to 10,000 steps a day over a two-month period. We had to report in each week prior to our team calls, which resulted in some hearty laughs and good-natured ribbing along the way.

There are some rather competitive people ðŸ˜‰ on the team, so this not only kept the stakes pretty high but also held our team members accountable. Most of all, it inspired all of us to get moving and keep exercising, helping our minds and our bodies stay healthy during a time of great stress.

Amazingly, our team moved a collective 16,700,762 steps! WOW! While we all benefitted from the challenge, we want to recognize and congratulate our top steppers, Christy, Jennie and Otilia, and those who met the weekly challenge of 10,000 steps without missing a beat: Debra, Shala, Megan and Susan. Way to go, movers!

We hope sharing our story motivates you to create a similar program for your team, to help stay positive, stay healthy and stay safe!


About the Author

Amy Kelley

Amy is the Global Digital Content Marketing Editor at GES. With a strong background in content marketing, social media, and communications, she is a passionate writer and self-confessed word geek. She is also the founder of a non-profit and a health and wellness online community.

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