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The Mind Games partners with Aurora Energy

THE Mind Games and Aurora Energy have announced Aurora will be the Gold Sponsor for the Mind Games in 2022

The Gold Sponsor agreement for the 2022 event will be a fitting partnership between an event that promotes workplace mental health and an employer that pays close attention to supporting the wellbeing of its employees.

“Aurora is an important retailer to many Tasmanians and a very strong contributor to our community,” Mind Games founder Sherri Ring said.

“We’re thrilled that they’ve chosen to partner with us in highlighting the importance of workplace mental wellbeing and raising funds for mental health research. “

The Mind Games is an annual, fun, action-packed event that has raised more than $150,000 for the Menzies Centre over the past two years.

Corporate teams of five face off in a series of exciting and imaginative challenges, created by stage sponsors.

“Last year we saw teams involved in activities like assembling power towers, building muffin stacks, creating superhero costumes and cooking the ultimate pancake, “ Ms Ring said.

“We can’t wait to see what our stage sponsors will come up with to challenge our teams this year.”

Aurora Energy has a number of programs and facilities that are designed to keep employees connected and foster enjoyment at work.

Ms Ring, who is also a workplace wellness specialist, believed that having fun at work was a big contributor to mental wellbeing.

“It’s great to see organisations like Aurora investing in partnerships, programs and facilities that help employees stay connected and happy at work” she said.

“When we enjoy our work, it contributes to our mental wellbeing – at work and beyond.”

Aurora Energy chief executive officer Rebecca Kardos said they were excited to be the event’s major partner for 2022.

“The health and wellbeing of our people and the broader Tasmanian community is an important priority for us which has been further emphasised over the past 18 months,” she said.

“At Aurora we’ve worked hard to support our people, our customers and our community through the pandemic.

“This has included through our COVID-19 support fund, community grants and measures to keep everyone at Aurora connected, engaged and safe.”

The 2022 Mind Games event will take place on 25 February next year.

For more information and to register a team, visit www.themindgames.com.au.

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