Adventure firm Zip World spends £100k with Halliwell Jones to invest in the future

Posted 11 July 2018

Adventure firm Zip World spends £100k with Halliwell Jones to invest in the future

Reducing Zip Worlds carbon footprint is one of Sean Taylor's ( the co-founder of Zip World ) top priorities as his business grows day by day with hundreds of customers a week, he wants to make sure its impact on the environment is as low as possible, saving it rather than damaging it as we all know know its more important than ever that we make positive greener changes to help the crisis that this planet is currently in.

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Not only have Zip World bought electric cars and charging points, they're also reducing their plastic waste and buying local produce for their amazing restaurants situated in their sites.

The adventure firm have spent the last five years building up an adrenaline attraction portfolio that includes a variety of activities in a few different locations.

The Activities: Velocity, Quarry Tour, Titan, Bounce Below, Caverns, Fforest Coaster, Zip Safari, Treetop Nets, Tree Hoppers and Sky ride and more things to come in the future.

The Locations: Bethesda, Blaenau Ffestiniog and Betws-y-Coed.

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They are extremely proud to be apart of this important movement and will be leading examples for companies around the world.

Zip World you rock!

Special Mention to Johnathon Humphreys ( Business Development Manager ) & Nick Hankey ( Head Of Business for Halliwell Jones North Wales ) for helping to make this happen.

Another to APM Customs who wrapped the vehicles.

The Daily Post have also written an article on this, read it here:

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