Trackdays.co.uk Launch a New Range of Corporate Driving Events in a Bid to Become the Key Player in the Market

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Digital Sport Group have announced that through their online experience agency 'Trackdays.co.uk' they have launched a new, exciting and comprehensive, range of corporate driving experiences covering land, sea and air. They will work alongside small to large companies, clubs, associations and event management companies to provide bespoke packages in a bid to become the key player in the Industry.

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They provide corporate events that are competitive, professional, safe and enjoyable activities that can last from a few hours to the whole day

Trackdays.co.uk launch a new, exciting and comprehensive, range of corporate events covering land, sea and air! Trackdays.co.uk are one of the largest specialist in driving experience events Nationwide and now have a wide range of corporate packages available ‘off the shelf’ which can be tailored to suit or completely bespoke. Their corporate driving experiences can also include catering, filler activities and meeting/conference facilities and they will be working with small to large organisations, clubs, associations and event management companies.

The portfolio now available from Trackdays has expanded from not only Supercar driving experience days but also powerboat activities in full spec off-shore racers, off-road rally driving and 4x4, top gun flying experiences in acrobatic aircraft, race track and off-road motorcycle schools and military courses such as survival, tank driving and tank paintball.

Mark Rusted, Corporate Events Manager for Trackdays said ‘With the UK corporate events industry worth just under 20 billion we want to position ourselves as the key player with companies wanting exciting fun filled activities. We can now provide corporate events that are competitive, professional, safe and enjoyable activities that can last from a few hours to the whole day or more’.

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