Sunday, May 31, 2015

A social experiment that subconsciously always works

The one cool present that life gives you is the occasional unexpected surprises. With that being said being a game producer for Cashunt for these past 15 years is no exception. I meet all different people from all over, and the one thing that has truly been a blessing is getting to know these people for a short or even a long amount of time.  But what has truly occered to me after all these years is that we just don't produce a game but in essence a social experiment.
    At the end of the day all our games are for private experiences for  groups, schools, and corp clients. The interesting fact to many of these outings is that a lot of these people really don't know each other.  Think about it... you might have been a classmate to your peers for the past 4 years and have not one iota about each other, or work for a corporation / office for 10 years and no know the people on your floor....Really...Why?!?  The sad reality is that, that is very true in today's society..the general population has become fixated into starring at a glowing phone or tablets than picking our heads up an interacting with the person next to us.  It's like a bad science fiction where the public are wired to technology...we are all guilty of it..but it's a bad path.  
    With that said I see more and more clients making the suggestion if they can go ahead and form the teams to their event experience..and we encourage it every single time...even recommend it. This is simply done by placing individuals into teams with people that they normally do not interact with. By doing this they have to bond as a team and work together and unknowingly they are subliminally forming relationships.. Go figure.. As you can imagine I have witnessed many conclusions to these games and the results have always remained positive. 
    I noticed they come off communicating more at the end, talking about their experiences and the stories they just created.  Hen you see that the mission is accomplished and they as players don't see it, but in essence they created new friendships.  The power of interaction is an important one because it becomes universal and at times elimatmes the "the cliques" in the environment. Bottom line: It doesn't take a lot to communicate but when you do...new roads are paved..

Tuesday, May 19, 2015


                            IT'S ALL ABOUT YOU CASHUNTERS!!  THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!
We are honored and very happy that Cashunt Boston got selected to TripAdvisor's 2015 Hall Of Fame. Hard Work & Hustle comes a close second when it comes to something you love. Thanks! 5 Times is a Charm! ‪#‎COE2015‬ ‪#‎Boston‬

Monday, March 2, 2015

CASHUNT FB BOSTON PROMOTION!

Hello Cashunters!

Just to let you in on a Facebook Promotion that just started and will go onto next Monday!  If you are looking to book a General Cashunt Boston Mad Dash any time in the near future we are offering 15% off your total purchase of a private game!  The only thing you need is like our CASHUNT FB page look for the offer which is right there and off you go!  The link is below if you want to go directly or just simply go to Facebook type Cashunt become a fan!  Have a great day!

https://www.facebook.com/cashunts

Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Be Different..Go Create Something!

A brilliant commercial..and very, very true. If you are creative individual...you don't have to look to far. Get out there and make something, be different!!

Saturday, February 7, 2015

Just a tad more interactive..

Every year we try to make Cashunt an experience rather than just "a game".  So this season we are taking a different approach to the game, by making the game much more interactive to the player.  So starting this spring we are applying instructional videos on the corner of each challenge page in our game booklets as one avenue.  This way the player can always get reintroduced to the challenge after the initial introductions via a game coordinator re explaining the challenge in a video. So with that said a player or players can have their questions answered right there.
    The other avenue we are taking is making our website even more interactive to potential clients by once again adding video to specific game pages. What the visitor will see is an interactive and "clickable" video where a game coordinator will explain the game in a verbal and visual way. This way the visitor get a clearer picture of the game product prior to reserving.  Even though each game page has always had a "written" description, we always believed in order to have a complete understanding of the cashunt product is via verbally.
    Lastly we are going to use clickable secret challenge videos during a game that are imbedded in the game booklets. Now we can't tell you what or where they are because...well...it's a secret ;)

We listen and in return we create ;)

Cheers!