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The stakes were low at the Atlanta Braves vs. Miami Marlins Spring Training game but that did not stop the Veritas Recruiting Group from having some fun in the sun. It was a beautiful day at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex for America’s old pastime of baseball, and hooky…

Our team geared our focus from recruiting to catching foul balls for the day, thankfully we are a little better at our day jobs as we came up empty handed throughout the nine innings. Whenever the office heads out for a day out we always have a great time goofing off and hanging out with each other. It was an overall awesome day of employee bonding while kicking back and relaxing watching the Braves beat up on the Marlins 9-2!

June 13, 2013 – Check out David Sprinkle, Managing Partner of Veritas Recruiting Group, on the HuffingtonPost.com discussing how to put your best foot forward in an interview process.


Veritas Recruiting Group took to the course today to help raise money for a great cause. Camp Boggy Creek enriches the lives of children who have chronic or life-threatening illnesses by creating camping experiences that are memorable, exciting, fun, empowering, physically safe and medically sound.

Running for Boston

The Veritas family was running again this Friday, April 19th as they participated in the IOA Corporate 5K at downtown Orlando. Our team represented a small percentage of the 16,000+ runners and walkers who packed the Orlando streets to celebrate healthy living with co-workers, friends and family.

Team Veritas could be seen running through the streets of Heathrow Thursday night, March 21st while participating in the Annual Rescue Run Corporate 5k. VRG is proud to participate in the Rescue Run where our family gives back to the community, while burning a few calories. The race benefits the Central Florida homeless shelter as the Rescue Outreach Mission hosts its 4th annual race.

The festivities took place just off of International Parkway at Oval Park where Veritas employees, friends and family members sported there pink “got talent?” shirts and running sneaks. The 3.1 mile walk/run started the philanthropic event and lead right into a wellness fair with a DJ, food, and fun activities for all. As 2 year participants, we saw the turnout overwhelmingly grow with more companies and runners joining the biggest corporate walk/run 5k in Seminole County.