Events company Chillisauce has teamed up with Ollie Ollerton, Special Forces soldier from Channel 4’s SAS: Who Dares Wins, to launch what they are dubbing the ultimate personal challenge and their toughest experience yet.
Chillisauce.com, which offers activity weekends, stag dos, hen parties and corporate events, released tickets for the public to buy for SAS: Mission Evade on Saturday 28 July 2018 at a military base camp in East Sussex.
Chillisauce.com’s previous events include Big Brother House, football games between fans and legends from top football clubs, real-life werewolf and zombie survival days, crystal maze events, the Bear Grylls Survival Academy and Hunted.
The outdoor challenge, spread across 1,000 acres at a military base camp, is aimed at the general public. No military experience or training is required. Ollerton and his team will take the 100 participants through 24 hours of activities inspired by Special Forces selection and training exercises and activities.
“I’ve been through the selection process twice. It’s a gruelling process that is passed by few individuals. Selection requires strong mental and physical abilities as well as being able to make clear, concise, good decisions when under pressure. But, what I love about the selection process is the individual it delivers. We’ve taken some of the best aspects of this process to create SAS: Escape and Evade. A weekend that will be fun, tough, and hugely rewarding. You’ll improve your personal and team performance as well as make great friends,” says Ollerton.
Tickets cost £175 per person for the 24-hour event starting 10am on Saturday 28 July 2018. The event takes place at an SAS Basecamp in Nutley, East Sussex.
“We’re incredibly excited about SAS: Mission Evade. We’ve offered challenging events before, but nothing like this. It’s going to be full on. Expect to be pushed beyond your limits for a solid 24 hours. Although it won’t be easy, the feeling afterwards will be genuinely incredible and it’ll be something you’ll talk about forever” says Selina Pridmore, head of product at Chillisauce.