MARCH MADNESS
IDEA: To celebrate everyone’s favorite March sporting event

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GOAL OF CONTEST: Easiest to set-up with smaller sales organizations (for larger organizations, run team based competitions with 2-3 people per team), run 2-3 day competitions pitting one participant/team against another participant/team.  The winner of the match-up moves to the next round and plays another winning participant/team.  Keep going until there is one overall winner.  

POSSIBLE PRIZES: As the winning participant/team most likely will have won against numerous colleagues, make the prize a valuable one.  Runner-up prizes could include: Ultimate Book of March Madness; NCAA Madness: The Greatest Moments of the NCAA Tournament (you could even have this running on a non-leaderboard TV)


UNCOVERING A POT OF GOLD
IDEA: To celebrate St. Patrick’s Day (March 17th)

ALTERNATIVE NAMES: Bringing Home the Gold

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GOAL OF CONTEST: Run a competition from March 9-13 (or a two-day competition on March 16-17) on the behavior of your choice.

POSSIBLE PRIZES: A restaurant gift card to be used for dinner and drinks.


TODAY’S YOUR LUCKY DAY
IDEA: To celebrate St. Patrick’s Day (March 17th)

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GOAL OF CONTEST: Run a day-long team competition on March 17th on the behavior of your choice.

POSSIBLE PRIZES: The winning team gets to leave an hour early to enjoy drinks and appetizers at a local pub.


YOU CAN’T TOUCH THESE (INSERT BEHAVIOR)
IDEA: In celebration of esteemed rapper, MC Hammer

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GOAL OF CONTEST: Choose the behavior of your choice and run a day long contest.  For example, if your chosen behavior was scheduling meetings,the participant with the most meetings scheduledl wins!

POSSIBLE PRIZES: The winner gets to choose one person who has to dress up like MC Hammer for the day


MAKE IT YOUR DAY
IDEA: To celebrate Make Your Own Holiday day (March 30th)

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GOAL OF CONTEST: Design a contest to run from March 1st to March 27th (or March 23rd to March 27th) based on the behavior and type of competition of your choice (points-based, % based, currency).

POSSIBLE PRIZES: The winner gets to name the holiday and gets the day off (one LevelEleven partner ran a similar competition and gave everyone the day off).  Out of office email and phone messages mention the reason for closure to provide extra fun.