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14 Apr 2022
The venture involved Stagecoach South East Managing Director, Joel Mitchell dressing up as the Easter Bunny. Donning a blue waistcoat and bunny basket to greet families this half term with chocolate eggs.
The Stagecoach South East team equipped with colourful bunny ears and wicker baskets filled with chocolate, set out on a whirlwind tour of the local bus network.
They travelled across Kent and East Sussex visiting a number of locations including Ashford, Canterbury, Dover, Eastbourne, Folkestone, Hastings and Thanet.
The team spent the day talking with locals who were out enjoying the sunshine before hopping on to buses to greet bus drivers and customers with Easter treats.
This comes after Stagecoach spent days teasing an Easter surprise on their social media, advising customers to keep an ear out for something special.
The event comes as Managing Director, Joel Mitchell is hoping to bring a sense of community across Kent and East Sussex now that government restrictions have eased. He shared, “We’re excited to be getting back out there. Speaking with our customers whilst spreading some Easter cheer ahead of the Bank Holiday Weekend.
“It’s really important to the entire team at Stagecoach to have that positivity in our local communities especially after the past two years.”