Hold Your Next Team Outing With Us on the Bus!
November 1, 2018
It’s always a challenge to plan a great team outing. You want to get everyone out of the office and get to know each other socially, but you don’t want to do the same activity as last time. How do you make it interesting and memorable for everyone?
We have a great solution for you and your colleagues, a corporate tour on The Maine Brew Bus!
Our Group Sales Coordinator will work with you to create a fantastic experience for all involved.
By working with the specific needs of your company, we can customize the tour pickup or drop off location.
We can also make an itinerary that will appeal to all tastes by including a mix of stops at breweries, wineries, and distilleries.
Need to have a meal during the outing? We can have catered food delivered, organize a sit-down lunch or dinner, or even arrange for a traditional lobster bake on an island.
Want to do something really fun during the tour? Our groups have gone go-kart racing, participated in an escape room, and have had laser tag competitions.
Recently one corporate group was able to enjoy their own private label company beer!
Here are just some of the types of corporate tours we have hosted over the past couple of years:
- Staff Appreciation
- Hospitality Industry Party
- End-of-Season Outing
- Team Thank You Party
- Goal Incentive Party
- End-of-Project Gathering
- Client Appreciation
- Sales Meeting Outing
- Area Familiarization tour
- New Employee Outing
- Retirement Party
- Remote Staff Outings
- Holiday Staff Party
- Welcome to the Team Tour
Does this sound like it would be fun for you and your workmates? We’ve made it easy for you to suggest this option for the next outing.
The one-page flyer below can be downloaded and e-mailed to your boss. Just click on the image or the link below.
Download as a PDF: Corporate-Tour-Info-Sheet
Don’t you think this is a great option for your group? We agree!
Don Littlefield is the General Manager of Brew Bus Tours. He once participated in a corporate outing in the Chesapeake Bay aboard a dinner boat. He enjoyed a Sebago Brewing Company Frye’s Leap IPA while preparing this post. Twitter: @BeerinME