Birmingham-area companies compete in Chick-fil-A Corporate Challenge

Birmingham-area companies compete in Chick-fil-A Corporate Challenge
The Chick-fil-A Corporate Challenge drew participation from 50 companies competing in 15 categories to benefit Redemptive Cycles. (Chris Jones/Alabama NewsCenter)

Employees from 50 Birmingham-area companies competed against each other in 15 events, culminating in a series of sports events at Railroad Park on April 13.

The Corporate Challenge presented by Chick-fil-A saw large and established companies like Alabama Power and Protective Life go up against new, high-growth companies like Shipt in events such as golf, bowling, dodgeball, cornhole, an obstacle course and tug of war.

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In addition to the events, companies earned points by contributions and support to the designated charity, Redemptive Cycles, and for creative T-shirt designs. An awards ceremony April 18 will recognize winners in all categories across three divisions based on the size of the companies.

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