Emperor sponsors 'African Job'

From London to Cape Town, that's the aim of three men and a red London double-decker bus. Their goal is to travel the entire length of Africa, stopping off along the way to thank sponsors of the project and to raise money for charities.

This is no whim, the planning has taken two years and all members are trained in outdoor activity teaching and some spent time under military instruction...and brushing up on bus mechanics!

Whilst travelling through a range of countries, the group will be helping various charities, such as Orphanges for Children and Water Aid.

Along the way, they stopped off at Emperor's Sharm dive centre for a spot of diving and Emperor did its bit by sponsoring them to help along their way.

** News update

Here's what the team, Barry, Andy & Jonny, wrote about their time with Emperor...

The African Job is proud to announce that Emperor Divers is sponsoring the Egyptian leg. Their generous support and excellent hospitality made our stay in Sinai a massive highlight and the diving service and quality of the dive sites was superb.

Thanks boys - and the very best of luck!

Link: African Job 2004

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