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“Now’s the day and now’s the hour”

Over the past couple of weeks we’ve been pounding the streets of London, not just to meet our daily steps targets but to prep for Rabbie’s London Quote Quest.

In celebration of the small-group tours specialist’s 25th anniversary, Rabbie’s has placed famous quotes from Robert Burns in 25 locations across the capital. Anyone who spots a quote, posts a photo on social media using #Rabbies25 and tagging Rabbie’s is in with a chance of winning one of 25 tours exploring the gems of this here isle.

Rabbie’s started up in Edinburgh in 1993 as a one van operation and over the last 25 years it has grown into an award-winning tour company offering tours all over the UK and Ireland with departures from Edinburgh, Glasgow, Inverness, London, and Dublin. Earlier this year Rabbie’s was recognised in the TripAdvisor Travellers’ Choice Awards, topping the category for Top 10 Multi-Day Tours – World. Yep, best in the world! Plus, with a number of top five runners up accolades, there’s even more reason to celebrate this landmark year.

So, get your walking shoes on, get that step count up and get yourself in with a chance of bagging a free, award-winning tour experience. As Rabbie Burns himself once said, “Now’s the day and now’s the hour”.

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Once upon a time… One of our water-based clients, MBNA Thames Clippers, was looking for ways to drive passenger footfall in the off-peak, Monday to Friday between rush hour periods.

The brand, if you’re unfamiliar, offers not only one of the most incredible ways to get to and from work (just ask Stacey) but a wonderful opportunity to see the city from the unique perspective of the river.

 

Hooking onto the annual media frenzy that is World Book Day, we teamed up with Walker Books – producers of such children’s classics as ‘We’re Going on a Bear Hunt’ and ‘Maisy’s Boat’ – to create a series of ‘Tales on the Thames’ storytelling sailings.

 

Targeting the mums and dads with pre-school nippers, the sailings took place mid-morning over four Fridays in March. Boarding anywhere between London Bridge and Battersea Power Station parents could look forward to enjoying a cuppa from the on-board bar and taking in the iconic landmarks along the river while the little ones were engrossed in classic stories.

 

Now, there’s rarely a plan that goes off without a hitch and as luck would have it, the first sailing coincided with #Snowmageddon but by the end of the campaign the Tales on the Thames sailings were seeing footfall increases of more than 235 per cent.

 

As a Water Rat once said, “there is nothing – absolutely nothing – half so much worth doing as simply messing about in boats” and here at Siren Comms we certainly second that!

 

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