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The Hunt is On!

We have a saying here, “Never a dull day at Aerial Innovations!”. And yesterday was no exception. For our annual company meeting, we were sent on a scavenger hunt around Nashville. Below are some of the photos of the teams in action along with photos of the clues. To see all images, visit our gallery online.

The theme of the hunt involved a history of projects that Aerial Innovations has photographed through the years. This meant a lot to the newest members of our team, they learned how much we have been involved with the building of Nashville. We also had Nashville themed items to photograph like a guitar used as art and a famous music venue….oh, and a family of tourists. The last clue was to take a photograph of their team at the old Cornelia Fort Airpark, boy do we miss flying out of there!

Everyone got in before the downpour started. Of course, the pool party was nixed but we still had a great lunch and got to preview our new video (coming soon!). We are now re-energized to go out and make beautiful images that tell the story of the men and women who are building our future. Thanks, Teams!

Wendy Whittemore – Flight Commander

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The fastest team, Team Heli!
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A bizarre selfie of Team Ground was one of the clues
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Team Heli planning their route
TeamFW (15 of 49)
One Clue, Belmont Law Library
TeamFW (20 of 49)
This was supposed to be a college student, decided it was more of a street performer.
TeamGround (27 of 48)
Photo of the SunTrust Building, uniquely paired with the AT&T Building
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Another gorgeous shot of Belmont Academic by Team Fixed Wing

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