Corporate Rally Driving Incentives

When times are stressful let your group blow off some steam with a corporate rally driving incentive.

By Gwen O’Toole
When times are stressful let your group blow off some steam with a corporate rally driving incentive.

Extreme Driving manager, James Stroud, said rally driving appealed to companies are looking for different ways to reward their staff and create team bonding.

“It is not only a motivating experience, but also a great way for both management and staff to have a bit of fun together and feel on the same level-playing field for one day,” he said.
Want to reward a group of motorheads or thrillseekers?
Extreme Driving Rally Days are offering incentive groups
unforgettable rally experiences
Extreme Driving offers a number of rally driving experiences around Australia, including WRX thrills, hot laps, full-day and half-day rally experiences, snow rallying, corporate rally days and advanced driver courses.
Newcastle City Holden parts manager, Glen Sills, booked a corporate rally day as part of his customer reward program last December when his team of 22 visited the Extreme Driving Cessnock track.
“The team at Extreme Driving explained to us how the cars work. Then we drove a rally car with an instructor at our side giving us tips on how to improve car handling. We finished the day up with hot laps with the instructors. It was exhilarating and the customers loved it,” Sills said.

“It was a great way to keep building good relationships with our customers. It was a good bonding exercise.”

The company currently has six Rally Drive Day Centres around the country with plans to open 20 more in the next two years.
The Cessnock centre also includes full conference facilities on site for up to 40 people, giving companies the opportunity to combine their offsite business event to a fun activity.
For more information on Extreme Driving’s corporate days packages, click here.

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