Aaron Dillon, Ngage Operations Manager, had experience in Pool League Play from years previous and decided to collect seven other members from Cloud  Sixteen, Inc., to form a pool team for a local Tuesday night league. One week later, our dynamic group entered into 9 and 8 ball competition. With varied levels of pool experience, the rag tag team had a few rough weeks in the beginning, but has been making vast improvements with each passing week.
A string of close losses and meaningful victories in the last couple matches has led them to the opportunity to jump up 2 spots this past Tuesday. While their record may not be the best, in true Cloud fashion, the team has already garnered a reputation for being a social force, forging new friendships with each team they compete against. Everyone is in high spirits and looking to spend the second half of the season fighting for a position in the End of Season Tournament.
If any ringers out there would like to join the Cloud Family for the purposes of elevating the pool team, send applications to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Last Friday, June 1, The Search Engine Guys (TSEG), a division of Cloud  Sixteen, Inc., participated in their quarterly company event at K1 Speed in Austin, TX. K1 Speed is an indoor, electric go kart race track, and TSEG team members competed in over three hours of indoor go kart racing against other team members.
Ten to twelve team members were able to participate at a time, and they competed for 8-10 minutes per race in karts that could reach speeds of up to 45 miles per hour. The top two performers from each race then competed in a championship race that the company’s COO, Kim Curtis, won. Past company events have included miniature golfing, bowling tournaments, karaoke, and an outdoor field day.