Take Me Out To The Ball Game: Revolution Force Hosts Its 4th Annual Party

On July 3rd, 2019 Revolution Force cheered on the Sacramento River Cats at Raley Field for the fourth year in a row. Why were we there? For the most important reason ever, our COMPANY party! What better way to bond and celebrate our company’s success than to watch some good ol’ fashion baseball?

“Let me root, root, root for the home team. If they don’t win it’s a shame.
For it’s one, two, three strikes, you’re out, at the old ball game.” – Jack Norworth

A photo of Raley Field in Sacramento at sunset.
Sacramento Raley Field at sunset.

Each year, the team joins together to participate in one of America’s favorite pastimes- baseball. And it couldn’t have come at a more perfect time considering the 4th of July was the next day. Well played Sean Christian (Founder of Revolution Force), well played. Way to kick off the nation’s most patriotic holiday by having a company party at a baseball field!

As we all took our seats to watch the game, I couldn’t help but notice how much the group has grown in the last year. This is my second year attending the company party, and I was pleasantly surprised by how many new faces we had at the party.

A small photo of the staff at Revolution Force.
A photo of Revolution Force staff enjoying Sacramento River Cats.

The night was filled with laughs, cheers, and high-fives. And let’s not forget about the endless amounts of food and drinks!

“Buy me some peanuts and cracker jack,
I don’t care if I never get back.”- Jack Norworth

So, cheers to you all who have made Revolution Force possible for the last four years and here is to another four!

A photo of fireworks at Raley Field.

A word from Sean Christian

“I never believed this was possible, and it wouldn’t have been, without the many people who supported us along the way. When we overcome fear, rise to the challenges before us, and accept the help and support of the team around us, dreams can come true. Thank you to our friends, families, and many teammates for four years.”

By: Lauren Van Sloten