Second Annual Friendship Circle Snowman Competition

Friendship Circle Snowman CompetitionOn February 22nd Friendship Circle will be hosting our second annual Snowman Building Competition.

This unique event invites local Detroit businesses to put down their briefcases and pick up their snow shovels in a team-building contest to build the most unique snowman. The nominal entry fee of $500 per company will be donated to the Friendship Circle. To ensure your teammates don’t freeze, we will have a heated tent with snacks and hot refreshments on site.

Friendship Circle will take photos of each finished snow creation the day of the event. We will then publish those images onto our Facebook page and have the public vote on their favorite snow creation over the next three days.

This is an excellent opportunity to raise funds and awareness for Friendship Circle and children with special needs in a fun, competitive environment!

Date: Wednesday, February 22nd
Time: 3:00-5:00pm
Location: Barnum Park in Birmingham

Last Year’s Highlights

There are five spots left! Register your company today!

This Year’s Competitors

Brogan & PartnersBrogan & Partners

General MotorsGeneral Motors

MRM WorldwideMRM Worldwide

JumptapJumptap

Point RollPointRoll

DigitasDigitas

Universal McCannUniversal McCann

Levine & SonsLevine & Sons

Sachse ConstructionSachse Construction

Friedman Real Estate Group Friedman Integrated Real Estate Solutions

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