Topflight organised an end of season ski away day for agents to a ‘secret destination’, which became a really great day of sub zero fun on the ski slopes.
It all began at Dublin Airport where the group boarded a flight for Manchester, still trying to figure the secret destination. All was revealed when the coach arrived at the incredible Chill Factore, an indoor ski and sports centre adjacent to the Trafford shopping mall.
Chill Factore is home to the UK’s longest indoor skiing and snowboarding slope.
So after being kitted out with all the necessary gear for this sub-zero event, it was on to the nursery slopes for introductory lessons.
After a break for lunch it was time for the teams to compete in building a sleigh – good fun, all the more so when you are against the clock.
Speaking at the dinner at the conclusion of a busy day of activity and fun, Anthony Collins, Chief Executive, Topflight, said that the company had enjoyed a good ski season with growth of 20% year on year – and added that early sales for summer 2016 were encouraging.
Did the agents enjoy the day? ‘Yes’ was the unanimous verdict. So take a bow the Topflight team of Anthony Collins, Maurice Shiels, Michelle Anderson, Greta Paulauske, Patricia Mitchell Liggett, and Peter Chatham.