Thursday, 21 March 2013

Thursday, 21 March 2013

Announcing "Ultimate Networking"

Kempt are organising a super wicked Go Kart endurance race at the end of April, for digital agencies in Kent.
We’re asking for submissions of teams of 2 - 4 people to take part in the 90 minute race, to finally answer the question: who is Canterbury’s Ultimate Networker? The winner will also take home the prize of the Ultimate Networking Trophy:



(note the excellent symbology with the router and cables)
Of course, the emphasis isn’t really on “networking” here, more on having fun, inhaling a lot of 4stroke fumes and realising our inner competitive streak is no way near as good as we thought it really was.


Why should i attend this ludicrous event?

Because it’s going to be a lot of fun. And hopefully your boss is going to pay for you to attend. If they don’t then simply invite them along, make sure they beat all the other agencies and then ask for a promotion.

Sounds Good - What are the details?!

Venue: http://www.bayfordkarting.co.uk (nr Sittingbourne, ME10 3RY or http://goo.gl/maps/IUbyy)
Date/Time: 25th of April @ 7:30pm
Team Size: 2-4, min 2 driver changes.
Cost: £140 per team/kart
Prize: Honour/Superb trophy donated by Kempt.
How to reserve your place: We'll be inviting people over the next week or two but alternatively ask the person that sent this to you or get in contact here.


What are Go Karts?

i. Go Karts are miniature cars, that run on excitement and bacon fat (vegetarian options available)
ii. Go Karts are also a small plump fruits found on the sandy soils of the amazon basin. Amazonian warrior women use the husk of the go-kart as a ceremonial head decoration as reward for defeating a bear in on-on-one combat.