Superheroes Cheerful Kids Expressing Positivity Concept

Scores of AmeriLife’s Place employees’ children – ranging in age from 8 to 18 – spent the workday Thursday with their parents, participating in a day-long educational program called Kids’ Day: What’s Your Superpower?

More than 45 children, representing dozens of parents, attended Kids’ Day at AmeriLife on April 23. Every child got a team-colored T-shirt and tool-filled backpack as they learned about their parents’ jobs, including the business-related “superpowers” that empower their parents to make AmeriLife the nation’s premier insurance marketing group.

The Kids’ Day attendees were divided into groups by school grade: the 2nd and 3rd grade Power Ninjas; the 4th and 5th grade Junior Justice Crew; the 6th-8th grade Teen Squad, and the 9th-12th grade X-Ray Visionaries. Organized and hosted by AmeriLife’s Marketing Communications department, Kids’ Day was the third year the children have been invited to spend the day learning about their parents’ jobs.

Throughout the day the children toured the three-story, 77,000-square-foot AmeriLife Place complex, participated in various group activities, and had What’s Your Superpower? workshops. They also spent time in the afternoon “shadowing” their parents to see specifically what their parents do.

During lunch, the children made superhero masks and participated in team-building activities including an obstacle course and board games. Ten of the children won gift cards in a competition, and all of them took home corporate branded flashlights, Slinkys®, sunglasses, colored pencils, hand sanitizer, a notepad and an activity book. They each completed their “Superhero Training Checklist” to become “Superhero Certified” and receive their own business cards.

The young superheroes participated in breakout sessions presented by corporate departments including the Customer Care Center, Career Agencies, IT, AmeriLife Marketing Group and Marketing Communications.

AmeriLife‘s CEO Timothy O. North saw several of his six daughters spend the day learning about the many insurance-related activities of the Clearwater-based company, the largest annuity, life and health insurance marketing group in America.

For additional information about Kids’ Day: What’s Your Superpower?, please contact Media@AmeriLife.com.

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Superheroes Cheerful Kids Expressing Positivity Concept

Scores of AmeriLife’s Place employees’ children – ranging in age from 8 to 18 – spent the workday Thursday with their parents, participating in a day-long educational program called Kids’ Day: What’s Your Superpower?

More than 45 children, representing dozens of parents, attended Kids’ Day at AmeriLife on April 23. Every child got a team-colored T-shirt and tool-filled backpack as they learned about their parents’ jobs, including the business-related “superpowers” that empower their parents to make AmeriLife the nation’s premier insurance marketing group.

The Kids’ Day attendees were divided into groups by school grade: the 2nd and 3rd grade Power Ninjas; the 4th and 5th grade Junior Justice Crew; the 6th-8th grade Teen Squad, and the 9th-12th grade X-Ray Visionaries. Organized and hosted by AmeriLife’s Marketing Communications department, Kids’ Day was the third year the children have been invited to spend the day learning about their parents’ jobs.

Throughout the day the children toured the three-story, 77,000-square-foot AmeriLife Place complex, participated in various group activities, and had What’s Your Superpower? workshops. They also spent time in the afternoon “shadowing” their parents to see specifically what their parents do.

During lunch, the children made superhero masks and participated in team-building activities including an obstacle course and board games. Ten of the children won gift cards in a competition, and all of them took home corporate branded flashlights, Slinkys®, sunglasses, colored pencils, hand sanitizer, a notepad and an activity book. They each completed their “Superhero Training Checklist” to become “Superhero Certified” and receive their own business cards.

The young superheroes participated in breakout sessions presented by corporate departments including the Customer Care Center, Career Agencies, IT, AmeriLife Marketing Group and Marketing Communications.

AmeriLife‘s CEO Timothy O. North saw several of his six daughters spend the day learning about the many insurance-related activities of the Clearwater-based company, the largest annuity, life and health insurance marketing group in America.

For additional information about Kids’ Day: What’s Your Superpower?, please contact Media@AmeriLife.com.

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