The British Invasion Walking Tour Challenge is a MBS Media Campus initiative that is open to all employees. You will compete with 5 colleagues on your team of choice (or we can add you to a team if you join as an individual) and be challenged to walk your way to a healthy fall season. While the goal is to see how far you can walk as a team (and we can walk, jog, run as a company!) over 8 weeks, there are also weekly challenges and incentives along the way.
Warm up week is a chance for your team to get acquainted and get ready for the next 7 weeks!
Every team who has every member syncing steps and posts a Healthy Selfie will be entered into a draw to win a $300 team prize!
We will be touring the sites of London, beginning at Big Ben! We will be making the loop to visit Big Ben, Parliament, Buckingham Palace, the Tower of London, and Windsor Castle!
Any challenger who averages 10,000 steps per day (with a weekly total of at least 35 miles (70,000 steps)) will be entered into our weekly individual prize draw for a $75 visa card, a $50 visa card, and one of our concierge services (1 free meal at Urban Beach Café, 30 min massage, Gift Certificate for our Fluff and Fold, or Car Wash), and more!.
Tour the country side of England: Start in London and head to the White cliffs of Dover, then on to Stonehenge.
All teams that makes it to the end of this week's tour (238 miles / 476,000 steps) will be entered into a prize drawing for $50/each!
The South Stack Lighthouse has warned passing ships of the treacherous rocks below since it was built in 1809. The 28 m lighthouse, designed by Daniel Alexander, is visilble to passing vessels for 28 miles, and was designed to allow safe passage for ships on the treacherous Dublin - Holyhead - Liverpool sea route. It provides the first beacon along the northern coast of Anglesey for east-bound ships. It is followed by lighthouses, fog horns and other markers at North Stack, Holyhead breakwater, The Skerries, the Mice and at the north-east tip of the island Trwyn-Du. The lighthouse is operated remotely by Trinity House.
Individuals who pull their weight with greater than 70,000 points this week will be entered into a prize draw for a $75 visa card, a $50 visa card, and one of our concierge services (1 free meal at Urban Beach Café, 30 min massage, Gift Certificate for our Fluff and Fold, or Car Wash), and more!
Travel east towards Bath, the site of the famous Roman Baths. Here you can see the incredibly well-preserved Roman site for public bathing. The Baths were constructed between 1894 and 1897 and receive more than one million visitors a year.
Teams that successfully complete this 235 mile (470,000 points) route will be entered to win a team prize of $50 each!
Trek through Nottingham and Sherwood Forest with a rest in York.
Sherwood Forest is home of the mythical figure Robin Hood. Robin Hood was a heroic outlaw in English folklore who, according to legend, was a highly skilled archer. He was known for “robbing from the rich and giving to the poor”.
This is another team challenge. Teams that complete the 235 mile route (470,000 points) will be entered to win $50 each!
Hadrian's Wall is the remains of the defensive wall built by the Romans on the northern border of their empire. The entire path can be walked in about 6 or 7 days in total, but most tourists want more time to stop and visit the Roman sites that they pass. Some of the highlights are the Roman forts of Segedunum at Wallsend and the Solway salt marshes with their amazing wildlife. There’s so much history every step of the way and cosy pubs, bustling market towns and amazing views to see!
Though most tourists complete the Hadrian's Wall tour in 6-7 days, we know you have work to do, so this week EVERY STEP COUNTS FOR 2 POINTS! You will still need to up your game this week and aim for 12,000 steps per day. Don't forget, you can earn more points with Healthy Selfies!
Everyone who averages 12,000 steps/day this week will be entered to win a $75 visa card, a $50 visa card, and one of our concierge services (1 free meal at Urban Beach Café, 30 min massage, Gift Certificate for our Fluff and Fold, or Car Wash), and more!
Shakespeare obviously loved historic Stratford Upon Avon, the town in which he was born: although he went to work in London and made his career and his fortune there, he maintained the strongest links with Stratford. He visited his family and his Stratford friends regularly, he bought property in Stratford, and he involved himself in the affairs of the town.
Reach 75,000 points this week and be entered to win a $75 visa card, a $50 visa card, and one of our concierge services (1 free meal at Urban Beach Café, 30 min massage, Gift Certificate for our Fluff and Fold, or Car Wash), and more!