Birmingham Business Park has announced that they will be collaborating with Solihull Moors Football Club to celebrate the club’s remarkable achievement of making it to Wembley. 

In honour of Andy Whing’s side reaching the Isuzu FA Trophy Final, the business park has arranged an interactive scavenger hunt.

Their aim is to encourage tenants to step outside the office, get active, and be in with the chance of winning tickets to the showpiece final on Saturday 11 May.

Participants will be armed with a clues sheet that will lead them to seven different locations around the park.

At each location, they will discover a hidden letter. Once all seven letters are collected, participants must decipher the code word and submit it to park management to be in with the chance of winning four tickets to the Solihull Moors Vs Gateshead game next month. 

Moor’s first ever trip to Wembley promises to be an unforgettable experience for sports enthusiasts and local supporters alike.

The match signals a major chapter in Moors history as it will be the first time ever that the club graces the pitch of arguably the most iconic stadium in world football.

Birmingham Business Park and Solihull Moors Football Club are committed to fostering a sense of community and cross collaboration with businesses from across the Solihull borough.

The Scavenger Hunt is just one of many initiatives aimed at strengthening social ties and harnessing the power of collaboration to drive innovation and foster economic growth. 

Bradley Rice, head of Commercial at Solihull Moors comments: “Wembley marks a landmark day for the club, our first time ever playing there and to reach the FA Trophy Final in Andy Whing’s first season in charge is truly an incredible achievement.

“And being able to invite Birmingham Business Park to be part of such a special occasion is the perfect way to kick start our relationship with them.

“As a club we are all about building partnerships with those businesses operating on our doorstep and we hope this collaboration is the first of many with the park.

“I’d like to thank Lori and Birmingham Business Park for their efforts in seeing an initial idea come to fruition so quickly and we look forward to working with them on future projects.”

Lori Henebury, Marketing, Community & Business Development manager from Birmingham Business Park said: “We are delighted to be teaming up with Moors to celebrate their incredible journey to Wembley! We are looking forward to uniting our occupiers in this exciting adventure and cheering on Solihull Moors as they strive for victory on 11 May!”