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Our big boss Richard Branson challenged the 60,000 people that work for Virgin to get wet and raise awareness for The ALS Association. Our Virgin Limited Edition teams around the globe aren't one to shy away from a challenge, especially not one from Richard Branson.
So it was game on, challenge accepted! We had our crew from Necker Belle getting soaked from 30 meters high, our Rangers and Ulusaba team getting wet in the South African bush. Our Necker Island team played dress up and ended up as wet lemurs!
Our Mahali Mzuri chef David took one for the Mahali Mzuri team and completed the challenge solo, our brand new South African property, Mont Rochelle team, took on the challenge in the cellar with wine waiting at the end.
Our MD Jon and Kasbah Tamadot General Manager, Vincent got soaked by the team. While The Lodge in Verbier team got drenched by Richard Branson himself!
Stayed tuned for The Roof Gardens tomorrow, we might have the flamingos joining in on the fun!
We've donated to the ALS Association so head over to the website to donate or find out more.
Richard Branson soaking the team at The Lodge
Necker Belle's team ready to set sail drenched
Necker Island's team in their soggy lemur outfits
Ulusaba's Rangers and team out in the South African bush
Our Mont Rochelle team treated this challenge like our wine, best served chilled
Mahali Mzuri's chef David, takes one for the team
Kasbah Tamadot's General Manager gets soaked with our MD Jon
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