Every year Larvol comes together for Tiger day where we showcase a wide variety of talents from both Larvol Tigers and their families.
Here at Larvol, we refer to our team members as tigers. This year, we celebrated our 4th annual Tiger Day where we come together on one big Zoom meeting and watch a variety of submitted videos from team members performing a talent. People can also opt to film their children, or junior tigers, performing or showcasing a talent. This years video capped off at 35 minutes of submissions filled with the talent of our team and their families.
We witnessed beautifully choreographed dances, singing, photography, paintings, art, and even baking! As a fully remote team, we don’t always have the opportunity to come together and Tiger Day gives us the chance to “meet”. This meeting takes our long distance work relationships and shrinks them in a way that truly makes it feel like we are all in the room together.
Larvol turned 15 this year and this company is filled with outstanding people and it was an absolute pleasure to watch everyone in their video submissions. We laughed, cried, and were mesmerized by what our team can do! It was nice to have a meeting with the full team that was mainly focused on getting to know each other. Tiger Day is very special to us and we look forward to what 2020 will bring!
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