Outgoing: The cogs that turn the Snowbombing machine

Apr 10 2012

Outgoing, for the twelfth year running, have organised the holiday packages and ticketing for the mighty Snowbombing festival. Each year the event expands in to unknowns. 2012 see’s 7000 bombers, staff, residents and intrigued onlookers party in the breath-taking beauty and mountainous backdrop of Mayrhofen, Austria. People from across the UK and as far and wide as Australia descend on the chocolate box town bringing it to life in a cauldron of colours, personalities and dancing feet!

Outgoing staff have been prepping for months, organising everything from the 10 miles of bunting criss-crossing resort to the 5 (full to the brim) articulated lorries, 200 plus hotels, 20 international coaches and 4000 beds needed to create such an awesome party in the middle of the Austrian Alps.
7000 customers and staff have passed through Mayrhofen’s Europahaus to pick up their wristbands in the last two days, and what a wonderful sight it has been to behold! Bombers come in all shapes and sizes, from Dick Dastardly and Mutley leading the charge on the Road Trip to Mr Motivator and Eddie the Eagle Edwards giving that nostalgic feeling only legends can. Each and every one of them needs a comfy pillow to lay their head on after a hard day’s partying on the mountain. That is what Outgoing specialise in. Sourcing, scoping and organising transport and accommodation for tens of thousands of people throughout the year. Snowbombing isn’t the biggest event we cater for in numbers but it is most certainly one of our favourites.

‘Ich liebe dich’ to all of our Austrian friends, hotel owners, shuttle bus drivers, security guards, butchers, chamber maids etc etc who make this event possible and as memorable as it is. Stay tuned for further news from the valleys… it’s time for a Jager T to clear the head after a raucous night of dirty bass with the Hospitality crew in The Racket Club. Out.

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