Top 5 Signs You’re at a Bad Company Picnic
5) The bounce house is a tent with an air mattress in it.
4) The entertainment consists of a balloon animal making clown that only make snakes, worms or eels.
3) The O’dourves being served are Vienna Sausages wrapped in fruit roll-up.
2) The music sounds like a Chipmunk/Johnny Cash remix.
1) The rock climbing wall is a 12 foot sheet of plywood with old, used flip flops nailed to it.
This list was made to give you a good laugh but most importantly, to remind you that it would be a good idea to have the event planner you choose show you examples of the equipment and entertainment that they use. Ask to see the caterers menu too.
The key to a successful corporate picnic is to diminish any surprises. This is best accomplished by asking a lot of questions in advance and having the event planner prove that the quality of games, rides, and food are exactly what they are promising.