Framingham, MA, March 01, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Members of Intrinsic Consulting, a sales and marketing firm, donated their time to help make The Great Urban Race a success. The Great Urban Race is a nationally held event and members of Intrinsic added this to their list of volunteer and philanthropic efforts.
Intrinsic Consulting, located just outside of Boston in Framingham, specializes in client acquisition and retention. The company is hired by national corporations to meet one on one with current and potential account holders to acquire and retain customers. Intrinsic uses a personal, consultative approach to helping large corporations maintain as well as grow their presence in a market share.
Intrinsic Consulting’s main client is a global leader in delivering information, entertainment and innovative communications. The client offers voice, data and video products as well as services provided over wireless, broadband and global IP networks. Their goal is to meet customers' increasing need for speed, mobility, security and control.
The Great Urban Race is an urban adventure racing series with nine races across the US in 2007. It's a combination adventure race, scavenger hunt, road race, and more. Each team is given an envelope that contains twelve clues ranging in difficulty at the start of the race. The clue sheet contains a combination of clues – some physical and some mental. The first team to return with all of the clues completed wins.
Members of Intrinsic Consulting spent the day volunteering to set up and help run the event. With over 150 participating teams, the all-day event requires the help of several volunteers and sponsors.
“We understand the value of being involved in the community and it is exciting to see the team give back in such diverse ways,” explains an executive at Intrinsic Consulting.
Volunteering at the Great Urban Race is not the first time Intrinsic has volunteered or given back to the community. This past year, the firm held a food drive for The Salvation Army, participated in a 5k to raise money and awareness for brain tumor research, participated in Adopt A Family, and raised over $2000 for Operation Smile. The company expects to expand for a third time this year and says it plans to continue its philanthropic efforts as they grow.