7 Fun Employee Team-Building Ideas for Pi Day

Brighten up the last few weeks of winter with these employee team-building ideas for Pi Day on March 14!

Pi Day — not to be confused with National Pie Day, our other favorite excuse to enjoy pie — is a holiday made up by math geeks to celebrate the irrational number that describes the ratio of a circle’s diameter to its circumference.

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For Easter, Share Springtime Workplace Gratitude

Gratitude comes naturally this time of year, as winter fades and the warm sun of spring melts snow and brings up flowers and the fresh optimism of the season.

What better time to take stock of why you’re grateful for your coworkers and employees?

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Celebrate Pi Day Today! – 3.1415

National Pi Day is today – March 14, 2015! National Pi Day celebrates the Greek letter Pi (“π”) and the mathematics number, 3.141529… National Pi Day website says it is used as a ratio of a circle’s circumference to diameter, and it is particularly helpful because it stays constant for all circles.

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Happy National Pie Day!

National Pie Day is today Friday, Jan. 23, and it’s a wonderful opportunity to engage employees with a tasty, fun celebration.

Why Pie?

Well, besides being absolutely delicious, pie is one of the most versatile dishes around.

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Happy National Pie Day from gThankYou!

Join gThankYou! today, Jan. 23, in celebrating National Pie Day! (Not to be confused with National Pi Day on March 14, the holiday honoring the mathematical concept. However, tucking into a slice of mouth-watering pie is an appropriate way to celebrate both!)  In addition to our popular Turkey and Ham Gift Certificates of Gratitude, gThankYou!

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Sweet and Savory Pies for Pi Day!

Happy International Pi Day!

Around the world, people celebrate mathematics on March 14.  Pi (Greek letter “π”) is the symbol used in mathematics to represent the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter; which is approximately 3.14159 but can be calculated out to about a trillion decimal places!

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Fun facts to celebrate Pi Day

Servers at the Hubbard Avenue Diner, our favorite local pie shop, wear clever T-shirts bearing the Greek letter pi π, which stands for the mathematical ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter: 3.1415926535, (et cetera, et cetera, et cetera). 

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Good News: More Pie in Stores

Mom (almost) never uttered an unkind word in front of young ears. Except when it came to making pie pastry. It was her culinary nemesis. Fast forward to 2010 and no one really needs to bother struggling to find the correct temperature water and precise fat-to-flour ratio to achieve the perfect pie.

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