Invosys has run two events as a thank you for the dedication and support both the team and clients have offered the company over the past year.
The fun kicked off when a group of lucky customers joined the Invosys sales team for an exclusive VIP Vintage car day. The classic car driving experience took them through picturesque countryside in the Cotswolds from behind the wheels of six very different classic cars, including a Triumph TR6, a HMC Healey, a Jensen Interceptor and Jaguars E Type, Mk2 3.4 and Mk2 3.8.
They got to sample some of the region’s most popular destinations, including Broadway and Stow on the Wold, along varied and exciting roads, with a pit stop for lunch at renowned gastro pub The Bell.
Dave Trivett, Managing Director of Assembly Channel Services attended the day and he said, “The classic car driving day was a fantastic way to spend time with like-minded people and provided us all with an unforgettable experience. We’re looking forward to doing more and more with Invosys.”
The second event was a fun day held for Invosys staff and their families at Barton Airfield in Manchester. The huge field was transformed into a family fun zone with giant inflatables including bouncy castles and a helter skelter, a rodeo machine and many supersized games. No Invosys party is complete without food and drink and a focal point was the bar and burger shack, along with a popcorn stand and an ice cream van for the little and big kids alike.
The day was topped off was an extra special surprise for the team – an exhilarating private helicopter ride over Manchester, where the staff were treated to a birdseye view of Old Trafford, Manchester Airport and even the Invosys offices.
Peter Crooks, COO, said “At Invosys we pride ourselves on the great relationships we have with both our customers and our staff and both of the summer events were our way of saying thank you.
“Both events were perfect days with fantastic weather, making for perfect conditions.
“The vintage car day was a great opportunity to chat to our customers in a relaxed setting and the staff family day was a chance for the team to introduce their families to the team and have lots of fun.”
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