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If you joined us for our third annual dodgeball tournament last Sunday, we thank you and your team, and we hope you had as much fun as we did. It…
If you joined us for our third annual dodgeball tournament last Sunday, we thank you and your team, and we hope you had as much fun as we did. It was a great day, and we raised a lot of money for some awesome causes.
Heroku ultimately prevailed and took home their second OctoTrophy! We couldn’t host the event without the participation of the community, and we’d like to thank all of the companies and organizations that came out and took some hits for charity: Heroku, Constant Contact, Twilio, Atlassian, New Relic, Pivotal Labs, Thumbtack, Perforce, HRK, Andreessen Horowitz, Goldman Sachs, Go Daddy, Outcast Agency, and Airbnb.
And, if you haven’t gotten a chance yet, take a look at the 4 fantastic non-profits that we chose to support this year: Streetside Stories, Second Harvest, Year Up, and Family House.
Additionally, we owe a huge “thanks!” to the World Dodgeball Society, for serving as incredible referees and just generally being awesome; SportNGIN, whose easy-to-use bracketing system was the backbone of our scheduling and scoring method; Slider Shack, who supplied all-you-can-eat tater tots and mini-burgers to our hungry athletes; and Garden Creamery, who soothed their wounds and their pride with tasty cold treats.