CEO Challenge
From May 15 to June 12, 2022
The CEO Challenge is a great way to get your Senior Management involved in the Games!  In 2022 there are two ways to compete - Virtual and In-Person.  Your company can compete in both or just one - it's up to you.  




DATE

In-Person Events:   

  • May 25, 2022 at Churchill Square during the Kick Off Pep Rally
  • Time:  11:30am - 12:30pm
  • Click here for a site map and CEO Challenge summary - UPDATED May 19
  • Click here to order food from the Food Trucks that will be at the Kick Off 

Virtual Competition:   

  • Between May 16-June 10, 2022 
  • CEO/Senior Managers or Company Coordinators can sign in HERE and book a time to compete
  • The competition will be done via a Zoom meeting and cheerleaders are encouraged to join the call!


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ROSTER

Team Size:

  • Your company can elect up to 2 CEO/Senior Managers to take part
  • There are two options this year - Virtual and In-person
Sign Up:
  • To book a time for your CEO/Senior Manager to compete in the VIRTUAL event click here
  • To register for the IN-PERSON event Company Coordinators must click on the CEO Challenge event when selecting your sports 

FORMAT


This year we're offering two ways to play!  VIRTUAL or IN-PERSON

Your CEO/Senior manager can sign up for just one of the challenges or they can sign up for both.  It doesn't have to be the same person competing in both events.

Virtual
  • CEO/Senior Managers will book a time slot and compete against other CEO/Senior Managers in a head to head Mardi Gras Competition
  • One winner from each division will be crowned and trophies delivered after the event
  • To book your CEO/Senior Manager competition time CLICK HERE 
  • Once your CEO/Senior Manager had signed up, they will be sent a Zoom meeting invite and a google form to complete the competition
  • This year the competition will be head to head against other CEO/Senior Managers (up to 10 competitors per call)
  • All competitiors must have access to Google forms to complete the competition
  • Each CEO/Senior Manager who competes will earn 100 Spirit Points
  • Top three finishers in each division will win:
    • 1st Place:  50 spirit points
    • 2nd Place:  25 spirit points
    • 3rd Place:  10 spirit points
In-Person
  • CEO/Senior Managers will join their team at the Kick Off Pep Rally on May 25 at Churchill Square
  • There will be 3 fun activities set up around the square
  • Participants will compete for points
  • One winner from each division will be crowned at the Kick Off Pep Rally
  • Each CEO/Senior Manager who competes will earn 100 Spirit Points
  • Top three finishers in each division will win:
    • 1st Place:  50 spirit points
    • 2nd Place:  25 spirit points
    • 3rd Place:  10 spirit points


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FAIR

PRINCIPLES OF FAIR PLAY 
Edmonton Corporate Challenge reserves the right to disqualify, suspend, remove and/or otherwise sanction any manager, coach, player, spectator, team and/or company that conducts themselves in any manner contrary to the Principles of Fair Play before, during or after an event. Your team is effectively an extension of your company/workplace. As such, all incidents will be reported to the Company Captain and Senior Management at your company. 

Principles of Fair Play 
1. Respect the rules. 
2. Respect the officials, ECC Staff and volunteers and their decisions. 
3. Respect your opponents.
4. Respect your company and represent it well. 
5. Maintain your self control at ALL times. 

PROTESTS 
All protests regarding rules, eligibility and unsportsmanlike conduct must be brought to the attention of ECC immediately (corporatechallenge@tntevents.ca). ECC will address the situation immediately and decide on a course of action. The decision of ECC is final regardless of whether or not the rule in question appears in the event rules. Formal complaints may also be lodged with Edmonton Corporate Challenge (by phone or email) within 24 hours of the event/incident in question. ECC Staff members will endeavour to respond to complaints as quickly as possible, particularly in instances where the resolution will directly affect upcoming games.



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RESULTS