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Sundial Group’s Chudbus returns this summer

Sundial Group’s Chudbus
After almost letting the Sundial 'Chudbus' go into retirement, Sundial Group is delighted to share that it has been saved and has returned to the road this summer!
With brand new signage inside and out, a new Teamscapes zone on the top deck and an interactive approach with bean bags for comfort, the Chudbus has never looked better.

Our bright red routemaster is back visiting booking agents up and down the country, giving them the chance to experience how unique we are.  

So far, we’ve been to Chelmsford, Derby, Spalding, Worcester and Swindon to hold events for Inntel, Zibrant, Capita, Infotel and BookoTel, using the bus to deliver some of our Teamscapes team building activities including Webmaster and Blockheads, and serve up a ‘grab and go’ nutritious lunch to employees.  

As a committee member of Meetings Industry Meetings Needs, Sundial Group’s Managing Director, Tim Chudley, drove the bus to Zibrant’s head office in Derby to take part in the Big Sleep Out, where everyone slept outdoors in cardboard boxes to raise money for the homeless. The evening’s event featured a range of fundraising activities including a fair, a treasure hunt and a silent auction.  

Sundial Group’s Director of Sales, Mia Butler, who has been on the road with the bus this summer, said: “We are thrilled that the bus is back in action as it has become an important symbol in portraying Sundial's history and values. The tour is so much fun and it’s great to see how excited clients get when the bus arrives at their offices!”  

The Chudbus will also be joining Sundial Group at the World of Learning Exhibition at the NEC Birmingham on 30th September. The bus will be home to our Sensory Zone where visitors will be invited to come on board and learn about our powerful approach to team building.

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