BitSight Competes in Annual Boston Children's Hospital Corporate Cup

Alex Campanelli | July 18, 2018

On July 12th, eighteen BitSight employees participated in the Boston Children’s Hospital Corporate Cup. This is an annual event where local Boston companies from across all sectors compete against each other for a good cause: raising one million dollars for the children at Boston Children’s Hospital.

Corporate-Cup-Blog-1The Corporate Cup consists of multiple events that companies can compete in: tug of war, an obstacle course, a sprinting relay race, a basketball shootout, a football toss, rowing, and much more. Claire Chambers, one of the captains of Team BitSight, said “It was such a fun experience getting to participate in team bonding activities with my coworkers. I think we all wanted to do our best out there.”

Corporate-Cup-Blog-2BitSight’s team participating in the tug of war.

Some BitSighters taking a break between events.

BitSight ended the day taking home 3rd place in the tug of war, and has raised almost $9,000.00 for the Boston’s Children’s Hospital One Child Fund. We can’t wait to participate again next year!display_AAA983__IMG_9984

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