Bethlehem, Pa. – Armed with a new website and marketing materials, NorthStar Adventure at Dutch Springs is ramping up its team development programs for youth, non-profit, school and church related organizations throughout the greater Lehigh Valley.
NorthStar Adventure offers a wide variety of facilitated team-building activities for all ages in an environment designed to encourage every participant to enjoy the programs and learn the skills that help develop them as individual leaders and team players. The new website – developed by 401 Creative in Allentown — is designed to offer an in-depth look at the activities, staff and facilities, said Stuart Schooley, co-founder and owner.
“We have been working with teams from across the region for the past six years and we have had great success with groups that range from young school children to college and university athletes and program leaders to the non-profit organizations that do so much to help make this region a great place,” Schooley said. “Our new website and outreach program are designed to help explain what we do, how we do it and how each group will benefit from our programs.”
NorthStar Adventure began in 2006 with the installation of the Sky Challenge, a half-rock wall, half-ropes course that was installed overlooking the scenic Dutch Springs lake. In May 2006 NorthStar added a 10-element low-ropes course and the tools necessary for groups to accomplish their goals of development better teamwork and stronger bonds.
Numerous onsite and off-site programs have since been created to encourage team development, collaboration and cooperation among a variety of non-profit organizations, scholastic groups and teams and college and university programs and activities. “We are proud that in 2012 NorthStar Adventure is now the greatest choice in the Lehigh Valley to help its clients to become more empowered and motivated,” Schooley said.