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Pavel Kocian
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Príďte sa zabaviť, jedinečný teambuilding s curlingom

Zimný štadión V. Dzurillu v Ružinove

Slovenský curlingový zväz pozýva na Zimný štadión V. Dzurillu v Ružinove firmy a kolektívy nadšencov na teambuilding, na ktorom sa výborne zabavíte pri tomto olympijskom športe. Na jednej dráhe proti sebe hrajú dva štvorčlenné či päťčlenné tímy, v curlingovej hale sú dve dráhy. Celkovo organizujeme akcie do 50 hráčov, v prípade záujmu sprostredkujeme catering.

Akcia sa začína krátkou inštruktážou, po ktorej nasleduje zápas alebo miniturnaj. V cene je kompletné zabezpečenie eventu s dohľadom skúsenej inštruktorky a organizáciou turnaja.

V prípade ďalších otázok Vám radi poradíme, neváhajte nás kontaktovať.
Kontakt: info@curling.sk, tel.: +421 948 835 887

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