Trouble partners on team-building event benefitting pediatric burn survivors

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May 13, 2016

Trouble the Dog® partnered with  IDEXX Laboratories, a leader in pet healthcare innovation, to build a dynamic corporate team building program for sales reps with an important community service component. IDEXX dedicated a donation to help children attending Camp Phoenix, an innovative camp offering programs for pediatric burn survivors.

Sales reps from each region gathered in Nashville, TN to hear about Trouble the Dog’s mission of hope for kids. Employees decorated Trouble doghouses with messages of love and hope which were packaged with Trouble the Dog plush toys and storybooks and delivered to children attending Camp Phoenix. Camp Phoenix is a medical student-run community program for kids who have suffered burns. The camp allows kids and their siblings to increase their confidence and form friendships with other burn victims.

During the team-building week in Nashville, IDEXX also donated 200 Trouble the Dog plush comfort toys, story books and doghouses to children and families receiving services at Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt.

This is one example of the team-building programs we offer for corporations and large groups designed to strengthen team camaraderie and boost team spirit. Topping the experience off with an engaging community service component like the one chosen by IDEXX always adds meaning and value for our clients.

For more information about building a program that fits your company’s needs, please call 781-631-0887 or get in touch via email.




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