Budapest BSC Charity Beach Volleyball Tourney Coming in June

In Budapest

The second annual Budapest BSC Charity Beach Volleyball Tournament is set to take place at Lupa Beach, Budapest on June 8.

At the tournament, which is 100% focused on Business Service Centers, BSCs compete against each other for the top trophies – and a cash prize of EUR 2,500, which goes to the winning team's charity of choice. 

According to the organizers, the tournament has been immensely successful in the past six years. They have been held across multiple cities in Poland and Hungary, offering great team-building, employer-branding, and charity-support opportunities to participants.

Pictures and videos about the past editions of the event are also available online.

Participation:

Only Business Services Centers are eligible to participate in the tournament.
Teams consist of seven people each.
Trophies are awarded to the top 3 winners, and prizes will be presented in the “Top Female Player”, “Best Attitude Player”, and “Best Cheerleading-Support Team” categories.
The winning team's charity of choice is awarded EUR 2,500.
The team submission deadline is May 30. Registration is available here.
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