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Land Rover Experience Centre at Eastnor hosts #Hibernot Retailers Event

10:52 09 March 2016

Eastnor hosts #Hibernot Retailers Event

Eastnor hosts #Hibernot Retailers Event

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British Winter, is cold, wet and gloom, but at Land Rover we don’t hibernate, we celebrate all that winter has to offer, so it was with great pleasure that Land Rover Experience, Eastnor hosted guests from our local Retailers in the spirit of #Hibernot.

Over 100 guests of Stratstones Cheltenham, Newport and Stourbridge enjoyed a whole host of activities on a sunny winters’ day. Encapsulating the ethos of Land Rover’s theme to ‘See Winter Differently’

Of course, visiting the Land Rover Experience Centre meant there was the chance to tackle some serious off-road driving. From steep inclines to muddy bogs and gravel, they put their skills to the test in a myriad of Land Rover vehicles, packed full of winter driving technologies for the ultimate off-road fun. With guests in the passenger seats to enjoy a demonstration drive over some impressive obstacles.

Other outdoor pursuits included clay pigeon shooting and archery, as well as gun dog displays and even ferret racing! After working up a sweat, guests relaxed in the tipi with our gourmet winter barbeque and warming refreshments to keep them fuelled.

Working with our Retailers is just one of the many ways in which we host guests and showcase our vehicles.

For more information on group days out contact eastnorevents@landroverexperience.com

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