Whether it is because the holiday season is fast approaching, or it is because you want to thank your staff for working hard through a very tough couple of years, a lot of employers are starting to think about the staff night out. Especially since the pandemic, places are booking up quickly as everyone is eager to make the most of opportunities to celebrate and enjoy good times together. So, now is the best time to start planning that all important treat for your staff. Although things are booking up quickly, there is a lot of variety to choose from in the world of corporate events. Some prefer to stick to a local bar, maybe a nice meal followed by some drinks. Or maybe just going straight for the drinks and paying the bar tab at the end. But there are also many other options now, such as spa days, paintballing, wall climbing, and any other activities that inspire team building and stronger bonds. But whichever of the above options you may be considering, have you thought about hiring a Party Bus? Why could this be just the ticket for your staff to have a fantastic time?
If your plan is to enjoy a night of drinking, with maybe a little bit of karaoke thrown in there too, then why not give the evening an exciting and interesting twist and enjoy those things in your very own party bus? There is guaranteed to be plenty of laughs and fun as you tour around your favourite areas. You could even stay close to your local bars so you can hop on and off as you wish and mix the evening up a bit. But a party bus also works if your plan is to enjoy a day out involving some activity or other. By using the party bus for travel purposes to and from the event it makes the fun last longer and gets everyone in a great mood ready for the day’s activities ahead. And once the activity is over, the fun can continue on into the evening, really making it a full and memorable day out for all your staff.
If you have been thinking of what to do for your staff for the next day or night out, why not consider a party bus as either the party itself, or as part of the experience to really make it extra special?