The owner of Siefert's Sports Center, former eight-year professional baseball player Art Siefert, knows a little something about morale. What better way to boost your company's morale than with snazzy—or goofy—customized team uniforms?
Whatever happened to the company softball team? While a few of them are still around, employees' tastes have gravitated toward kickball, dodgeball, and Ultimate Frisbee. Even still, according to the Society of Human Resource Management, just 12% of American companies sponsor an athletic team, down from 29% seven years ago. Are there good reasons for employers to continue this time-honored workplace tradition?
In addition to employee morale, a primary motivation behind the after-work company sports team is team-building. Nothing bonds a workforce more than a little friendly competition against the local "competition," united by company uniforms and a scoreboard touting your team's glorious victory. With beer and pizza substituting for juice boxes and orange slices, this adult bonding ritual will strengthen employees' sense of purpose, working constructively toward a common goal in a less formal, less professional setting.
Cincinnati comes to Siefert's Sports Center to restore this fading tradition. Family owned and operated by Art and his son, Todd, Siefert's Sports Center works with you, face to face, to create custom t-shirts and company apparel to bond your team on and off the fields of play. At their Glenmore Avenue store front, where everything is made on-site, you receive personal attention to detail not often found in other sports stores.
From custom baseball caps to custom polo shirts, Siefert's Sports Center is here to help design apparel you will be proud to wear at work or on the golf course. Come visit Siefert's Sports Center today at 3635 Glenmore Avenue in Cincinnati to get your office team back into the game.