Lunch Beat.

Monday, July 2, 2012

"When it comes to lunch breaks, the laissez-faire French like to take two hours out of their workday to savor their food in the company of colleagues while workaholic Americans prefer dining solo in front of their computers. Well, in Sweden we have a whole other vibe going. Here, more and more workers are forgoing both leisurely lunches and "al-desko" dining in favor of daytime raves."

Lunch beat is a Swedish ‘organization’ that puts on daytime discos for companies during their lunch hour. These substance-free raves have gone viral in Sweden, supposedly letting workers dance it out while helping form a community within a company. Sounds like a lot of fun to me!

I have yet to experience a Lunch Beat event first hand, but as soon as I can figure out a way to apply this phenomenon to professional soccer, it’s sure to be my newest obsession! 

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