Bumble Treats College Users in Cabo for Spring Break Takeover

Bumble has taken over Cabo, Mexico for Spring Break.

Bumble college users landed in the Cabo airport and received wristbands from Bumble and JusCollege staff, which granted them an all access pass to a range of events happening over the course of the week.

The events include bootcamp, yoga, paddle-boarding and sunset cruises.

The take over will last until the end of March.

Samantha Fulgham, Bumble’s Director of Field Marketing said: “We knew Cabo was a popular destination for our college user base, so this year, we saw an opportunity to add to their experience by providing free health and wellness classes to students, while connecting them with other students they may have never met. We also wanted to make sure the college students felt safe, and we had staff on call who would be alerted immediately if something happened.” 

Morgan Sodel, a student at the University of Georgia, also said: “I definitely felt safe traveling to Cabo with my Georgia friends, but it was so nice to know that Bumble and JusCollege had our backs in case something went wrong and had our best interests in mind.” 

Suzanna Keough, a student at the University Southern California added: “I went to Cabo with my 3 best friends from school and left with so many new friends from across the country because of Bumble. I’ve already made plans to visit UConn this spring!”

Read more about Bumble on its website here.

Chloe Gay

Chloe is a reporter at Global Dating Insights. Originally from Bracknell, she is studying Communication & Media at Bournemouth University. She enjoys writing, travelling and socialising with her friends and family.

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