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O-RammaAn O-Ramma can be just about anything, and no matter what you choose to do as you O-ramma, it will be an absolute HOOT.

Some of my favorite O-Ramma's are: Dart O-Ramma, Putt O-Ramma, Horse shoe O-Ramma (yes we put a horseshoe pit at the dealership) and we even did a Basketball O-Ramma. (Although there is most likely a big disparity in ability to play basketball among your sales team, so this one may not be too fair.)

Basically an O-Ramma is you setting targets for cars sold, write-ups, or whatever and they earn throws of the darts, tosses of the horse shoes or whatever. The winner of the actual game gets the dough $$. (or it is passed out according to a % to first, % to second % to third and so forth.) The unique plus to an O-Ramma is that it will get your team interacting in somewhat of a social setting. They can have a good time after sales meeting or late one day after work.

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