Strauss Troy’s “Justice League” dominated the 18th annual Cincinnati Corporate Olympics on Fountain Square this summer.
“We came in 1st place in 5 of the 6 events; only being bested by Macy’s that came in 1st place in 6 of 6. We took home the Silver Medal (2nd place out of 22 teams),” said Team Captain Attorney Brian O’Connell. “Our big weak spot was Corn Hole (aka the Sales Pitch). The team will be carefully studying the films Monday morning to see how we can improve in this event next year.”
The attorney/staff team – made up of Attorneys Erinn McKee Hannigan, Brian O’Connell and employees Jeff Levine, Lucy McCormack and Debbie Hilling (alternate), Special Olympian Justin Mossburger, and Brian O’Connell’s daughter, Kacey – competed against other corporate teams in games like the “profit squeezer,” “jumping through hoops” and the “late to work shuffle.”
The event benefited the Special Olympics of Hamilton County, which provides 24 different year-round sports and recreational activities for nearly 1,800 county athletes with mental and developmental disabilities.