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[Written by Jimmy S from Projects]
Nearing the end of the year, construction work on site is moving into overdrive. However, off-site, things are ramping up as well.
If you happened to be walking past the bowling alley in Marina Square after work on Sep 16, I hope you were not shocked by the screams emanating from the group of over 80 Universal Studios Singapore Park Ops personnel having a game or two of bowling there.
Yup, they were feisty, they were loud and they were definitely screaming themselves hoarse. And all these were part of having fun of course.
Two buses were chartered for this first team building event, organized by the FUN Committee.
The participants, mostly garbed in the bright orange tees of Universal Studios Singapore vPark Ops, descended upon the quiet Marina Square on a cool drizzly night and turned it riotous. Starting from 7pm, for two hours, they bowled, howled (probably more than they bowled!) and had a blast.
The event kicked off with some words of wisdom from John Hallenbeck, the USS Park Ops Director.
Not to be outdone, Nelson Chan (below), the event organizer, followed up with instructions on the flow of the night’s events.
Ater this, the group helped themselves to the buffet while the bowling lanes were opened for some trial throws. The event proper commenced at around 7:20pm and the screams didn’t subside until nearly two hours later.
Meanwhile the award for the team with the highest aggregate score went to team 17 comprising of Fu Shiqi, Paul Yuen, Chan Chee Wah, Huang Huimin and William Ang. They won a set of Vivocity shopping vouchers.
The most-likely-to-improve awards went to Andrea Ng for her individual score and team 5, comprising of Joey Guo, Tan Qiuhua, Fey Cho, Joshua Nathaniel and Iffah Suhaila. They won the encouragement prizes: The Cruise to Nowhere AKA Float for Miss Andrea and Exotic Dinner AKA instant noodles for the team.
We are expecting great things from them the next time round!
Everyone gathered for a final round of photo-taking and there were, not surprisingly, more screams.
With more people coming on board as the time nears opening, future events would undoubtedly become larger in scale. And you can be sure they will definitely be ear-shatteringly loud indeed.