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Birmingham Pride unveil Pride Bus to mark 20th year

Birmingham Pride unveil Pride Bus to mark 20th year

posted 03 May 2016

Organisers of Birmingham Pride have unveiled the Pride Bus in Victoria Square, in Birmingham city centre today, which is wrapped in the events logo to mark their 20th year.

Lawrence Barton, Festival Director commented: “We’re excited about Birmingham Pride in this our 20th year. To celebrate this milestone, we’re delighted our friends at National Express have kindly wrapped one of their buses in Birmingham Pride livery for us!"

Madi Pilgrim, HR Director, National Express UK Bus said: "We are really proud to have such a diverse workforce at National Express and so are delighted to celebrate 20 years of Pride with our specially wrapped bus. We hope it encourages more people to consider joining our team."

Birmingham Pride is now established as the UK’s biggest 2 day LGBT Pride Festival, and generates an economic impact in excess of £20 million to the city with hotels, travel, and leisure.

The festival is enjoying record advance ticket sales to the event which takes place over the Spring bank holiday weekend on Saturday 28th and Sunday 29th May.