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Event Recap: WGI’s South Florida Family Picnic

WGI South Florida offices had the opportunity to spend time outside of the office for some good old-fashioned fun in the sun.

Last weekend WGI associates enjoyed a family picnic at Okeeheelee Park in West Palm Beach, FL. This event gave everyone in the WGI South Florida offices the opportunity to meet each other’s families and spend time outside of the office for some good old-fashioned fun in the sun.

Family Picnic

Everyone dug into delicious BBQ, Ice cream, and cotton candy. There was fun for the whole family at the event, bounce houses, carnival games, and face painting were all available for participants to enjoy. The kids and the adults tested their ninja skills on the 80ft “Ultimate Ninja Challenge Obstacle Course.” And for those with a competitive side, there was volleyball, three-legged races, balloon tosses, and more.

Family Picnic

Take a look at all the photos of the fun that was had here! 

Family Picnic

Thanks to all of our associates and their families who joined us for an afternoon of great fun, food, and conversation. WGI understands that family is most important and we were happy to spend time with you and yours.

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