Spicerhaart rewards top students with an all-expenses-paid trip to France

Spicerhaart’s top performers just returned from a four day all expense paid trip to Morzine in France,

The group of 70 people enjoyed four days in the Alps, including two days of skiing for enthusiasts, with introductory lessons. More advanced skiers had the chance to explore the extensive ski area led by Director of National Operations and avid skier, John Phillips.

The après-ski was an important part of the trip, allowing people to unwind, meet colleagues and socialize in a relaxed atmosphere away from the office.

Rosie Hadley, Executive Personal Assistant to the Senior Managing Director and one of the trip organisers, said: “The après ski was one of the highlights of the trip. This meant that everyone could get together, including colleagues who had chosen not to ski, and really have fun.

“There was a wonderful camaraderie shown by everyone – it was nice to see people coming together and traveling overseas again, especially after the past two years.”

Tamara Davies, Rental Guest Relations Manageradded: Skiing is a great leveler, and it was a wonderful opportunity to meet colleagues from various branches of the business and enjoy the sport, banter, camaraderie and general fun.”

After an enforced hiatus due to the pandemic, the annual Spicerhaart Reward Trips are back for good. The next trip will be to Ibiza in 2023.

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