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Great Escape Cars to host Event Managers Road Trip

Great Escape Cars event
Great Escape Cars has announced an exclusive event for the industry on Wednesday 9th March 2016. The Event Managers Road Trip gives guests the chance to drive 5 classic cars from the company’s 30+ fleet over a 100 mile circuit of the Cotswolds.

The Road Trip is a unique opportunity for event managers to sample a very different type of corporate event. It provides a taste of a typical Great Escape Car event, similar to the ones that the companys has been working with clients and event companies since 2011 running bespoke classic car driving days across the UK. Despite their popularity only a handful of event managers are aware of the format. The Road Trip is designed to change that.

The Road Trip format gives guests the chance to drive several different classic cars over a carefully planned route. It can be run anywhere in the UK over any distance or timescale and Great Escape Cars has experience of catering for 2 to 100 guests. The format works well where clients want to provide an indulgent experience with plenty of networking and relationship building opportunities, whether between staff or with customers and prospects.

Great Escape Cars, based in the Midlands, is the UK’s largest classic car hire specialist, with a fleet of 20 cars ranging from Minis to Jaguar E Types. The company operates its own fleet of transport, enabling it to run Road Trip events throughout the UK and further afield using its own dedicated events teams.

You can find out more about the Event Managers Road Trip by calling 01527 893733. For more details about Great Escape Cars visit

Places on the Event Managers Road Trip are strictly limited on a first come, first served basis. As well as hiring out classic cars, Great Escape Cars is a major provider of old vehicles to the TV and film industry. The company also operates a busy classic car workshop specialising in MG and Jaguar repairs.

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