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Three new Military Experience catagories

Three new Military Experience catagories - News

Trackdays.co.uk announced today that they have expanded their Military experiences section to include three new categories including Combat Training Experiences, Paintball and Survival Courses. Trackdays.co.uk have been selling Tank Driving Experiences since 2005 and the new categories are part of the ongoing expansion of the alternative experiences sections within the website.

The combat training courses are based on learning the basics of ‘Spy’ training where customers can learn things like how to fire a pistol, drive at high-speed and practice unarmed combat moves. There are various ‘Spy Academies’ for adults and children as well as a specialised Hostage Rescue Experience.

The survival courses are a little more tongue in cheek with the latest craze ‘Zombie Bootcamp’ being the pick of the bunch as well as survival camps at various locations in the UK.

Dan Jones, Operations Manager for Trackdays.co.uk said ‘we are very excited to see how the new products will fair with our customers, we know the Tank driving is very popular and we feel that the kind of customers that would go for something like that would also find the combat training and survival courses very appealing’.

14 April 2012
Trackdays

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