WTS Paradigm Hosts Madison City Scour Event for Employees

October 4, 2013

WTS Paradigm held its fourth annual Madison City Scour event for employees on Sept. 19, according to an Oct. 3 press release. City Scour sends small teams across downtown Madison, Wis., in a competition to solve clues and take photos at different locations. A mix of trivia, photo clues, videos and road block tasks combine to make the City Scour a dynamic and unique team-building adventure. Teams can go as quickly or as slowly as they want – the point is to get to know coworkers outside their regular work groups, build relationships, explore Madison and have fun, the company reports.

Teams had about 2 ½ hours to complete as many clues as possible while competing to become the next City Scour Champions, and to receive $1000 from WTS Paradigm for the charity of their choice.

The “Electric Pink” team won 2013 City Scour, and a $1,000 donation will be made to Tri 4 Schools from WTS Paradigm on behalf of the Electric Pink team. Tri 4 Schools is a non-profit with a mission to help fight childhood obesity in Wisconsin by raising money for schools through race events. 

WTS Paradigm would like to extend a thank you to the area businesses that accommodated the Scour into their busy schedules. Special thanks go to Henry Vilas Zoo, Chazen Museum of Art, UW Madison Police Department, Union South and Lucky’s Bar.