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Purpose
To promote athletic activities and general physical fitness for employees of businesses organizations, governmental entities and members of professional associations. To promote, conduct and foster research, educate, study and analyze the collection of data and statistics relating to physical fitness, athletic competition, recreation and competition and their place and advantage in the workplace. To provide methods, facilities and organization for individual and team competition in athletic events, statewide and nationally for persons employed by business organizations, governmental entities, and associations, and to promote such athletic competitions. To work in cooperation with private and governmental agencies concerned with physical fitness, recreation and competitive athletics.

Mission
To bring together Richardson area businesses and their employees in competition; to promote Corporate and Employee benefits in recreational activities; to enhance employee/employer relations, and generate cooperation and goodwill by bringing employees together for fun, fitness and fellowship. Additionally, Corporate Challenge will enhance the concept of volunteerism within participating companies.

Overview
Game On! Each year DFW-area businesses take part in the City of Richardson’s Corporate Challenge - and the results are extraordinary. The Corporate Challenge is a professionally run, volunteer-driven, Olympic-style competition involving as many as 25 athletic and non-athletic events produced by the City of Richardson Parks & Recreation Department. A managing board, made up of a select group of company representatives and City employees, develops the policies and procedures that rule and govern the events. The 10-week competition kicks-off with an Opening Ceremony in August and then proceeds to competitions in events ranging from the very physical softball, basketball and flag football, to the more sedentary darts, billiards and miniature golf. The Challenge wraps up with the Closing Cremony in October. All events take place in the evenings and on weekends. Each company competes in one of two Corporate Challenge levels. Each level is separated into divisions based on similar size employee base and past participation. Company placement within divisions will be determined after the registration deadline. This is to ensure ideal balance of teams for competition.

The Corporate Challenge promotes, enables and supports teamwork, company pride and corporate wellness - all through healthy competition. In addition to the employee benefits, the Challenge can also be used as a cost-effective marketing tool to promote your company in the community and garner business. The Richardson Corporate Challenge is patterned after the enormously successful games in Las Vegas.

Entry fees are due by: June 1. Please see Timeline for other deadlines that may be of interest.

Eligibility
The Corporate Challenge is open to any company in the metroplex. Since the goal of the Richardson Corporate Challenge is to foster company pride and team spirit, participation is for regular company employees, retirees, contractors and spouses. To be eligible to participate, individuals must be at least 18 years of age, and one of the following:

  1. Regular employee must be employed by the company before the Opening Ceremony and continue employment up to the dates of any events in which they participate. A regular employee must receive the minimum level of employee benefits in accordance with the employee policies of their respective company. The employee need not be employed full-time if they satisfy the minimum benefits requirement. College interns do not qualify as regular employees.
  2. Retired Employee where a retiree is defined as a former employee receiving retirement benefits from the company, or an individual over the age of 60 who spent at least 15 years with the company. In this case, a copy of a benefit statement or letter from the human resources department may be used as company ID, along with an acceptable form of photo ID.
  3. Contract Employee if their contract begins on or before the date of the Opening Ceremony, the contract continues up to the dates of any events in which they participate, the contract length is at least six months, and the contractor works full-time in the company's offices and not contracted/working for other companies at the same time. The intent is to extend the participation privilege to those people who work side-by-side with regular employees for an extended period of time. Participation privileges do not extend to "ringers", extraordinary athletes who are given short contracts for the primary purpose of competing in an event. Participation privileges also do not extend to outside third-party companies who contract as a whole with the participating company and whose employees regularly work at the offices of the outside company.
  4. Spouse of an employee is defined as an adult companion that is eligible for benefits through their partner's company. In this case, a copy of a benefit statement or letter from the human resources department may be used as company ID, along with an acceptable form of photo ID.

If a protest regarding the eligibility of a participant arises, the burden of proof as to eligibility rests on the participant and their Company Coordinator or Captain/Coaches. All eligibility protests must be brought to the attention of the Event Coordinator on-site at the time of play. For all eligibility protests the Event Coordinator will stop play and perform a roster check immediately. If a player is found to be ineligible, the current game and all subsequent games will be a forfeit. All protests regarding event procedures must be submitted in writing to the Corporate Challenge Board.

There is no rule regarding the maximum number of events in which an individual may participate. However, in the spirit of the Games and to support the intent of Corporate Challenge, Company Coordinators are encouraged to involve as many different people as possible in the events.

Aggregate Companies
Any two or more companies may enter together as a single team, with a single designated coordinator to deal with the City. The total number of employees in the two companies will determine their division placement.

The Corporate Challenge will not be involved in their internal workings. Fees and volunteers duties will also be appointed as if it is a single company.

Company Coordinator
Each company appoints a 'Company Coordinator', who will be the primary organizer and liaison between the participants and the Games Office. This person's responsibilities include:

  • Recruiting fellow employees to assist in organizing your teams including sport captains & volunteer coordinator.
  • Acting as the primary liaison between your participants and the Games Office (i.e. Individual participants should not call the office, they should field their questions through the Company Coordinator)
  • Communicating with your company's managers to ensure they are aware of your involvement and the benefits to your company and its employees.
  • Attending Company Coordinator meetings in Timeline.
  • Ensuring that registration forms, team captain lists, etc. are completed and submitted on time.
  • Distributing schedules, site maps, rules, Team Waiver Form(s), and other information to captains etc.

Corporate Challenge offers a variety of assistance (photo albums, video presentations, etc.) to help the Company Coordinator recruit and organize their team.

Meetings
Monthly Company Coordinator meetings will begin in April to provide you with valuable information on how to make this event the best it can be for your company. Please plan to attend these meetings, or have an alternate representative present. When and where do we meet? See Timeline.

Inquiries
With over 12,000 participants involved in the Richardson Corporate Challenge, it would be impossible for the Games Office to field inquiries from individual participants.

Therefore, we request that only Company Coordinators contact the Games Office when made aware of issues or questions not answered in the website.

Athletes and team captains should not call the Games Office directly. Employees should direct their questions about Corporate Challenge to:

  1. their team captain; or
  2. their Company Coordinator; or
  3. research our website

Amateur Status
The Richardson Corporate Challenge is an amateur event. Professional status of athletes will be based on criteria established by the national/provincial governing body for each event.

If you have a team member who could be considered a professional, based upon their part-time employment or tournament status, please consult the Games Office. Professional athletes may, however, participate in events other than their own discipline. Teaching professionals will be considered eligible to participate as long as they have not received money while competing in a tournament. Any professional found entering their sport will be automatically disqualified from all events.

Check-In
All players must check-in at the registration table prior to their initial game. Please refer to individual events for clarifications on check-in. Each participant must sign the team waiver form, and must produce identification which proves:

  1. they are who they claim to be; and
  2. they are affiliated with the company in question.

Please see the "Identification" Segment for acceptable forms of ID.

NO ID = NO PLAY, NO EXCEPTIONS

Team Captains must have the Team Roster completed and online by the deadline located on each event rule page.

Identification
Participation in the Richardson Corporate Challenge is restricted to company employees, retirees, contractors and spouses. In order to ensure fairness, participants will be asked to produce:

  1. Company ID proving they are affiliated with the company in question.
  2. Photo ID proving they are who they claim to be; and one of the other forms of ID.

Therefore, all participants must produce ID on every day of each event in which they participate. NO ID = NO PLAY, NO EXCEPTIONS

Acceptable forms of ID:
  1. An employee photo ID (security) card; or
  2. Driver's license or other photo ID plus one of the following:
    • a letter signed by the company's human resources department verifying that the participant is employed by the company. One letter containing a list of all company employees who participating in the CCC is ideal. Each participant (or at least each team captain) should carry a copy of the letter.
    • a company benefits card.
    • a company pay stub, or photocopy (cross out the pay amount, if desired).
    • an official company business card.
    • a corporate credit card.
Unacceptable forms of ID:
  1. Letters from human resources with a 'fill in the blank' for the employee name.
  2. Social Insurance Cards, personal credit cards or other non-photo ID cards.

Participation Format
The events occur in several different formats. The specifics for each event are defined on the individual event rules pages.

Team Types:

Pair Teams (multiple sub-events):

  • Most events have multiple sub-events; most commonly a men's pair, a women's pair and a mixed pair. These sub-events may be either bracket or open competition. In each of the sub-events, the winners are awarded medals and sub-event points. When all of the sub-events are completed, all of the sub-event points are added together for a company total and ranked with the totals earned by the other companies. Based on this ranking, overall points are earned.
  • The concept of sub-event points/medals versus company points is a common source of confusion among participants and Company Coordinators. A company may only earn one set of points per event (sport) regardless of how many medals or points may have been earned on the different sub-events. For example, suppose a company earns a gold (37 points) in men's pair, a bronze (22 points) in women's pair, and 6th place (7 points) in mixed pair, yielding a sub-event points total of 66. If this 66 were the second best sub-event point total amongst the companies, the company would earn a silver (29 points) on the final standings for that event, even though none of the participants actually received a silver medal. Participants are often confused into thinking that the gold medals earned by the men's pair team means 37 company points.

Standard Teams:

  • Each company puts together a team with the number of participants being determined by the event. These competitions are typically double-elimination brackets or pool-play where the winners are awarded medals and points based on final rankings.

Combination Teams:

  • Some events use a combination of participant times, distances or other measurements to determine ranking.
  • An example would be Punt, Pass and Kick. Two men and two women, who each punt, pass and kick, represent each company. The four distances in each part of the competition would be added together for an overall distance. This total distance would be used for ranking purpose against other teams.
  • The Bike Race , 5K Run, Bowling, Golf & Swimming also use this team format.

Competition Types:

Open Competition:

  • In some events such as 5K Run or Bike Race, there is open competition in which all participants compete at the same time and winners are determined at the end by some measurement.

Double-Elimination Brackets:

  • Each company within a division has a single team in the bracket. Points are awarded based on a team's final bracket placement. Teams finishing 5th and 6th, who did not play each other in any previous round, will equally split the total points available for the places they occupy in the final results of that event. (Example: two teams will split the total of the points awarded to fifth place [11 points] and sixth place [7 point] for a total of 9 points each.) Dominos is an exception to the normal tournament bracket in that companies can enter two teams. If, for example, a company's two teams end up in first and third in the dominos tournament, both pairs of people would be awarded medals, the Gold worth 37 points & the 22 Bronze points would be awarded to the company for a total of 59 points for their overall ranking.

Pool-Play:

  • In the rare event a double elimination tournament is deemed to physically demanding, a Pool-play tournament may be instituted.

Practice Time
Corporate Challenge staff will try to provide practice facilities for as many sports as possible, but many times teams must make their own arrangements. Information about practicing will be given out at the Company Coordinator’s meetings and is also located on each event rules page.

Schedules & Bracket Placement
A proposed calendar of events will be distributed at the Company Coordinator meetings and is subject to change. Once all teams have submitted their Event Agreement Form, The Corporate Challenge is able to create and confirm the event schedules based on the number of teams competing. Until then, we are not able to provide specific information about which division will play on which day, at what time, etc. Schedules & brackets will be posted on the Corporate Challenge website. As the brackets progress, schedules will be updated on the QuickScores website. It is the responsibility of the team captain for each team to confirm game times as the brackets progress. GAME TIME IS FORFEIT TIME. Please arrive 30 minutes prior to your first game. Brackets will be filled with a Blind Draw system.

Start Times
All participants must be checked-in at the registration desk and ready to start their event at the designated start time. In consideration of other teams, please arrive at your event 30 minutes prior to start time. GAME TIME IS FORFEIT TIME.

  1. In bracket play in the winners bracket when no start time is listed, if a team is late the coordinator will move to the next game with no penalty.
  2. In bracket play in the winners bracket when a start time is listed, Game Time is Forfeit Time. Official time will be the coordinators time keeping devise. Teams forfeiting a winners bracket game will be placed in the losers bracket.
  3. In Pair Teams (multiple sub-events) each sub-event, Men’s, Women’s & Mixed will be treated individually with regard to forfeit or withdrawal. Scenarios one and two will apply accordingly.
  4. For pool play events forfeit & withdrawal details will be explained in the event specific rules.
  5. It is at the discretion of the Event Coordinator to delay the start of events due to bad weather, unless it is specified differently in a particular event’s rules.

Waivers
Team Captains must have their rosters completed and online by the date referenced on the individual rules. These rosters will be used by Corporate Challenge staff to print the Team Waivers that will be signed at event check-in. Players present their identification to the volunteers at the registration desk and all team members must sign the form.

Forfeit & Withdrawal
Once the schedules are set, it is very difficult to change them to accommodate teams that must withdraw or forfeit. Your opponents are geared up for their events, facilities are booked, and officials and volunteers are waiting. Please make every attempt to be there. If your team forfeits one of the following will apply:

  1. In bracket play in the winners bracket when no start time is listed, if a team is late the coordinator will move to the next game with no penalty.
  2. If it is the last game of a round the missing team will be placed in the losers bracket.
  3. In bracket play in the winners bracket when a start time is listed, Game Time is Forfeit Time. Official time will be the coordinators time keeping devise.
  4. Teams forfeiting a winners bracket game will be placed in the losers bracket.
  5. In Pair Teams (multiple sub-events) each sub-event, Men’s, Women’s & Mixed will be treated individually with regard to forfeit or withdrawal. Scenarios one and two will apply accordingly.
  6. For pool play events forfeit & withdrawal details will be explained in the event specific rules.
  7. If a team concedes a match and announces so to the event coordinator said team will be considered the loser of that match.
  8. If a team has started and ceases to play during an event, all prior wins or losses will still stand and any points earned will still be awarded.
  9. Withdrawals from an entire event should be made in writing to the Corporate Challenge Office at least 72 hours before the scheduled match. In doing so, said team will be declared the loser of any scheduled or remaining.

Substitutions
In all competition, substitutions will be allowed prior to the event for players who cannot play for one reason or another. Any eligible company representative may replace a person on the active roster for the entire event, according to the specific event rules. No substitutions are allowed after an event has begun. Failure to continue play, whether due to injury, prior commitment, poor performance, or any other reason, will result in a concession of the match with no penalty, if announced to the event coordinator. For substitution policies in team sports, such as basketball, softball, etc. check the individual rules pages.

In the event of a rescheduling due to field and/or weather conditions; this rule may be rescinded by the Corporate Challenge Director.

Rain Date
It may not be possible to reschedule all events that are rained out if multiple events are lost due to bad weather. In this extremely rare case, the Corporate Challenge Board along with staff will make the decision as to which events to reschedule. Should rain threaten during the day, participants should call the Corporate Challenge Rain-Out Line: 972.744.4301 after 3:00 p.m. to get further instructions.

Scoring & Awards
Team points will be awarded for placing in events as follows:

Events
1st Place = 37 points
2nd Place = 29 points
3rd Place = 22 points
4th Place = 16 points
5th Place = 11 points
6th Place = 7 point
7th Place = 4 points
8th Place = 2 points
9th Place = 1 point
Participation = 1 point

The company with the most team points in their division wins the overall divisional championship and the traveling trophy. Second and Third place divisional plaques are also awarded.

Scoring by Event
Overall points will be determined according to the following.

  • Punt, Pass & Kick, Horseshoes, Miniature Golf, Poker, Tennis, Badminton, Billiards, Darts and Table Tennis overall points will be tallied as such:
    These events will be scored using the sub-event system (Men’s, Women’s, Mixed). The sub-events may be bracketed or open competition. In each of the sub-events (Men’s, Women’s, Mixed) the winners are awarded medals and points for the corresponding finish. When all the sub-events are completed, all of the sub-event points are added together for a company, thus determining their overall rank. Based on this rank, company points will be awarded.
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  • Bowling and Golf overall points will be tallied as such:
  • These events will be open competition where companies can enter two teams, each team will earn points and the combined total of those teams will determine their rank.
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  • Softball, Soccer, Volleyball, Football, Kickball and Basketball overall points will be tallied as such:
  • These events will employ a double elimination bracket or pool-play, where each company within a division has a single team. Points are awarded based on a team’s final bracket placement. In bracket play teams finishing 5th and 6th, who did not play each other in any previous round, will each receive 5th place points.
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  • Dominoes (42) overall points will be tallied as such:
  • Dominos is an exception to the normal tournament bracket in that all companies can enter two teams, each team will earn points and the combined total of those teams will determine their rank.
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  • Punt, Pass & Kick and Texas Hold'Em will be tallied as such:
  • These events will be open competition measured by distance or overall finish. Each participants distance or ranking will be totaled to make a team score. These tem scores will be ranked and company points will be awarded.
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  • Swimming overall points will be tallied as such:
  • These events will be open competition measured by time. Each individual sub-event allows for a maximum of two participants, relays allow for one entry per team. The combined time each company’s participants will be used to determine rank in each sub-event. Those companies with only one entry, except relays, will be ranked below companies with two entries. Medals will be awarded for each sub-event. When all the sub-events are completed, all of the sub-event points are added together for a company, thus determining their overall rank. Based on this rank, company points will be awarded.
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  • 5K Run and Bike Race overall points will be tallied as such:
  • These events will be open competition measured by time. The combined measurement of each company’s participants will be used to determine rank in each event. There is no maximum number of entries for either event.
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  • The 5K Run totals are that of the combined three (3) fastest times of both men & women; fastest two (2) times men & women for Division “C & D ”.
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  • The Bike race uses the combined times of the 1st and 4th qualifying rider after they cross the finish line.
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  • These combined totals will determine overall company rank.
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  • Incomplete teams will be figured into the standings after tallying the scores of complete teams Medals will be awarded for the fastest individual times.

 

Awards
All competition is by division; "A" division companies compete only against other "A" division companies, "B" against "B", and "C" against "C". Top finishes in each event are recognized by the awarding of gold, sliver and bronze medals for 1st - 3rd place, based on the recommended number of team members for each event. Coaches and captains do not receive medals, unless they are registered players as well. Additionally, points are awarded in each event, which are totaled to determine an overall Corporate Challenge winner in each division. At the end of the competition, the 1st - 3rd place companies in each division receive a plaque. The champion in each division also receives a traveling trophy, which they keep for one year. Companies also compete throughout the competition for best sportsmanship, best team spirit and best T-shirt. Sportsmanship, team spirit, and T-shirt awards are presented at the closing ceremonies.

Participation Points
Participation points will be earned in each event. All events will be added together and then companies will be ranked by division. Participation points will be scored as a separate event and count toward the overall standings. To receive participation points, competitors must complete the event as designed. Participants will receive participation points based on the following scenarios:

  • Pairs Team (Multiple sub-events)

    Badminton, Billiards, Darts, Horseshoes, Mini Golf, Table Tennis and Tennis will earn participation points as such: Teams will earn 30 participation points for a complete team. For incomplete teams one point per participant will be awarded. Complete teams consist of six different people; men's, women's and mixed pairs.

  • Standard Teams
    Basketball, Football, Kickball, Soccer, Softball & Volleyball will earn participation points as such: Teams will earn 30 participation points for finishing the event. Finishing the event is not forfeiting any games in either pool play or double elimination bracket.
  • Combination Teams

    5K Run, Bike Race, Bass Fishing, Bowling, Dominoes, Golf, Texas Hold'Em, PPK & Swimming will earn participation points as such:

    Teams will earn 30 participation points for complete teams consisting of the proper participants. For incomplete teams one point per participant will be awarded.

    5K Run

    • A complete team will consist of:
    • A, AA, B, & BB: 3 men and 3 women with one participant being a Master.
    • C, D & E: 2 men and 2 women with one participant being a Master.
    • Regardless, one participation point will be awarded for each participant.

    Bike Race

    • A complete team will consist of 2 men and 2 women with one participant being a Master.
    • Regardless, one participation point will be awarded for each participant.

    Dominoes (42)

    • A complete team will consist of:
    • 2 squads of 2 participants each.
    • No gender requirement for any participants.

    Bowling

    • A complete team will consist of 10 participants.

    Golf

    • A complete team will consist of:
    • A, AA, B & BB: 2 squads of 4 participants each, with one member from each squad being of the opposite gender.
    • C, D & E: 1 squad of 4 participants, with one member from each squad being of the opposite gender.

    Texas Hold'em & Punt, Pass & Kick

    • A complete team will consist of 4 participants.

    Swimming

    • A complete team consists of 6 unique swimmers (3 men and 3 women) in any age group, in any combination, in the following:
      • BACKSTROKE
      • FREESTYLE

    Regardless, one participation point will be awarded for each participant. Teams can earn 10 bonus participation points for entering at least one person in ANY five age categories, per discipline for a total of 40 bonus points. The four disciplines are men's freestyle, men's backstroke, women's freestyle, and women's backstroke.

    The Great Walk The following points will be awarded:

    • 1 - 6 walkers = 1 pts
    • 7 - 12 walkers = 2 pts
    • 13 - 18 walkers = 3 pts
    • ...
    • ...
    • ...
    • 169 - 174 walkers = 29 pts
    • 175+ walkers = 30 pts

Tie Breakers
The procedure for breaking ties in the standings at the end of an event will be located in the rules for each event.

Uniforms
Although while not mandatory, it is recommended that each company have a team shirt. Uniform requirements for each event will be located in the rules for that event. Six inch numbers (screened or iron-on) will be required on shirts in the Soccer, Softball, and Basketball only. No taped numbers will be allowed.

Blood Rule
A player who is bleeding, or who has blood on his uniform, shall be prohibited from participating further until the game official (event coordinator if no official is present) approves players return. If medical care or treatment is administered in a reasonable length of time, the individual will not have to leave the game. The length of time that is considered reasonable is left to the judgment of the game official (Event Coordinator) if no official is present. Uniform rule violations will not be enforced if a uniform change is required. The game official or Event Coordinator shall:

  1. Stop the game and allow treatment if the injured player would affect the continuation of the game.
  2. Immediately call a coach, trainer, or other authorized person to the injured player.


Equipment & Supplies

  • EQUIPMENT - Teams will supply their own equipment. For a list of event specific exceptions and description of the equipment provided by RCC please consult an event's individual "Rules" Section on this website.
  • MEDICAL - First aid stations or kits will be on hand to assist with injuries/abrasions associated with events, as will personal trainers when available. Local emergency procedures will be activated for serious emergencies through the 911 systems.
  • FLUIDS - Players should supply their own water or supplemental drink at the outdoor events. This is highly recommended due to warm temperatures in the fall. Corporate Challenge staff will supply water for the 5K Run and Bike Race.


Protests
The decision of an official is final. Protests regarding judgment calls on the part of referees, judges, or Event Coordinators are not allowed. Protests are allowed only on matters of eligibility or breeches of other Corporate Challenge rules. Protests must be filed in writing submitted to the Games Office (411 West Arapaho, Suite 102, Richardson TX 75080) within 24 hours of the problem, along with a $25 deposit. Protests will be reviewed with the Event Coordinator and a protest committee made up of members of the Corporate Challenge Board of Management and PARD administrative staff within 24 hours of the event. The $25 deposit will be refunded if the protest is allowed.

Unsportsmanlike Conduct
The Richardson Corporate Challenge reserves the rights to disqualify, suspend, or remove any participant, coach, spectator, team, or company that conducts himself or herself in an unsportsmanlike manner before, during, or after any event or game. Remember, as a member of your corporate team, you are representing your company, and your behavior reflects on your organization. Physical aggression, taunting and/or verbal abuse toward other participants, volunteers, officials, spectators, and staff will not be tolerated.

Unforseen Circumstance
In the event that there is a dispute over an unforeseen problem, the Corporate Challenge Board will render a final decision.

Alcoholic Beverages
Alcoholic beverages will not be permitted on or around any City of Richardson Park site or facility.

Participant Responsibility
Spectators and families are encouraged to attend Corporate Challenge events. However, participants are responsible for the actions of any children brought to events. Children should be watched closely to ensure that they do not interfere with events in progress. No food or drinks of any kind are allowed in the gymnasiums.

Volunteers
Volunteers are a MAJOR part of the Richardson Corporate Challenge, and are essential to making this event a success. In addition, volunteerism is a great way to get more of your employees, your family, and friends involved in the spirit of the Corporate Challenge. Company volunteers will help out in areas that involve interaction with participants, other volunteers, and sponsors (i.e. registration, score keeping, race number hand-out). Company volunteers will not be expected to fill highly skilled or technical roles (i.e. refereeing or operating sound equipment). Volunteers must be at least 16 years of age, but do not need to be employed by your company. We recommend against anyone both participating and volunteering for the same event due to possible scheduling conflicts (i.e. you may be scheduled to participate in an event at the same time as your volunteer commitment).

  • Volunteer Assignment
    Company volunteers will be assigned, as a group, to one or more events. Specific volunteer assignments (i.e. event dates, times, and roles) will be provided to your Company Coordinator. Requests to change your assigned volunteer event, date(s), and/or time(s) WILL NOT be considered. Companies that do not fulfill their volunteer requirements will have 10 points deducted from their overall participation points total, and may forfeit their spot in the next years Richardson Corporate Challenge. This will be up to the discretion of the Games Office.

Sponsors
The Richardson Corporate Challenge is made possible, and team registration fees kept low, thanks to the support of our community-minded sponsors. Without the financial and in-kind support of our sponsors, RCC simply would not happen. You will see their names on our posters, website, handouts, and other printed materials. Please let them know you appreciate their support by turning around and supporting them, whether it be by taking advantage of their special offers, or telling them in your own words that you value their sponsorship. This will help ensure their continued involvement and the success of the Richardson Corporate Challenge.