by Brendan M. Lynch | March 01, 2007

Fantasy camp logoTo many corporate laborers have dreamed of being in a rock band, sublimating their desires behind closed doors by shredding on air guitar to the Kinks or singing along to the Go-Gos. Corporate Rock ’n Roll Fantasy Camp gives groups the chance to live out their dreams with real rock heroes, while also breaking down hierarchies, enhancing presentation skills and having a blast.

“Whether they can play an instrument or not, we’ll put them together in bands,” says CRRFC founder David Fishof. “We’ll teach them how to team-build though rock ’n’ roll.”

Groups of one to 100 have rocked out with legendary rock stars such as Roger Daltrey of The Who, Mickey Hart of the Grateful Dead, Paul Stanley of KISS and Brian Wilson, as well as former members of The Band and Night Ranger. The cost ranges from $9,500 to $16,000 per camper, with negotiable group rates.