Ragnar Relay Corporate Challenge By AgileThought, 200 Mile Relay Race

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(Tampa, Florida) – AgileThought, a custom software firm, is challenging other Tampa Bay companies to race in the Florida Keys Ragnar Relay from Miami to Key West. While some companies talk about team building, this takes it to a whole new level by packing two vans with six team members each for 30 straight hours as they take turns running day and night. Hundreds of teams participate in the Ragnar Relay, with the victor receiving a coveted trophy and serious bragging rights. Registration for the February 5 – 6, 2016, race is March 25, 2015.

David Romine, AgileThought Chief Executive Officer, stated, “For the last two years, team members from different areas of our company have participated in the Ragnar Relay, and we’re already looking forward to the 2016 race. Everyone agreed it was an extremely positive event because in addition to the serious physical and mental challenges, it provides a unique team building experience. You can’t fake enjoying 30 hours spent in a van with five other people when you are pushing yourself and your team to complete a 200 mile relay race. While having dinner in Key West the night after the race, our team suggested it would be fun to challenge other companies to participate, so we did.”

Allison Jones, HR Coordinator, added, “Ragnar was an amazing experience! I had so much fun with my team and everyone was extremely supportive. I have never been a runner and the fact that I’m able to say I ran to Key West is pretty cool. It wasn’t easy, but it was absolutely worth it. I am definitely in for next year, and I’m so excited to do it all over again!”

The Florida Keys Ragnar Relay is a 200 mile-ish (196 mile) race in which a team of 12 use two vans with six people in each van and run from Miami to Key West over a period of two days. Only one team member runs at a time, with a total of three legs per runner. The legs vary from 2.5-12 miles, so experienced and novice runners alike can participate with minimal training.

To learn more about AgileThought’s corporate challenge and to sign up, visit http://bit.ly/1HFIbux. On March 25, 2015, you will be notified to register your team through the official Ragnar site. Registration will sell out, so sign up for the corporate challenge and get your team together now.

For more details on the corporate challenge use the contact form at the bottom of this page.

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About AgileThoughtAgileThought is a full-service mobile application and software consulting firm with specializations in custom software development, user interface and experience design, application lifecycle management (ALM) SharePoint and business intelligence solutions, agile consulting, cloud solutions, and website and Ecommerce implementations. Formed in 2004, the company has been noted as one of the country’s Best Companies to Work For by Fortune Magazine. It is also recognized as one of the fastest growing, privately held companies in Florida by GrowFL and recently won awards for Best Technology Company and Best Place to Work for their corporate headquarters in Tampa, Florida. It serves Fortune 1000 clients nationwide from offices in Tampa and Orlando. For more information, visit www.agilethought.com or call 1-877-514-9180.

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