Tried and Tested: High Roller

Events would not exist without teamwork and at MASK we focus a lot on how our team works to ensure that our clients get the very best service from us. We also spend more of our time at work than anywhere else so it’s important that we get on well. By working together we ensure that not only do we have fun but that the whole event process runs like clockwork. One of the best and most enjoyable ways for a team to reconnect and bond together is through team building exercises.

We have an expert sales team that create the briefs and proposals, take the client to site visits, discuss menus, often with our sister caterer Create before experiencing a tasting at their Head Office and draw together all the contracts. Then our production team step in and bring the brief to life. They source high and low for the perfect props and elements to create what the client envisages. We liaise with suppliers for flowers, trees, bunting, grass, draping, lighting, DJs, gobos and whatever else may be on the wish list. Then both parties join together for the night to ensure that every crease is ironed out and the event is a success.

At MASK we like to experience as much as we can to give the client a true indication of what to expect both from a Sales and production point of view and thought we would share our latest Tried and Tested – High Roller from one of our favourite suppliers, Eventwise. This team building activity is perfect for up to 400 guests.

Putting our team work to the test with our sister companies at UE and Concerto we helped build this wooden roller coaster. Split into 6 groups, each group has to build 1/6th of the roller coaster before joining it all together to create something sturdy enough for a golf ball to a take a little ride! After two hours of building and perfecting the structure it was time to get the ball rolling. I would like to say the ball completed the roller coaster on the first go and that is why we make the perfect team but it took us a little longer – after three attempts we got it to the finish line. Here’s to High Roller!