What is the first destination on your bucket list?
All eyes on PUMA's employees
June 26, 2018
All eyes on PUMA's employees
June 26, 2018
Manager Demand Planning, USA
Since I was a kid and for as long as I can remember, I have been a huge fan of the men’s basketball team at the University of North Carolina Tar Heels. My dad went there for architecture and growing up, our house always bled Tar Heel blue and we absolutely hated anything or anyone associated with the Duke Blue Devils from Duke University in North Carolina. I would absolutely love to see a game between UNC and Duke in Chapel Hill. It’s the greatest rivalry in all of sports in my opinion and it’s hands down the #1 bucket list item for me. To be able to watch UNC destroy Duke up close and personal would give me great satisfaction. If I died tomorrow, seeing that would allow me to die in peace. I would almost give up my only son in the picture to be able to experience this…kidding of course 😊.
Testing Engineer Cobra PUMA Golf, USA
My first destination on my bucket list would be Italy. I’d love to see all the ancient ruins and the Colosseum and experience the culture with family. Between the food, drinks, vibe, history, and location, it has all the things I’d love to experience and see. I’m a big pizza fan and being able to get a pie where it originated would be incredible! I’m also a fan of history and getting to see the museums and ruins in person would bring so much of it to life. The vibe of Italy is very enticing to me, too with all the beaches, landscape, and romantic and exciting activities! Italy also has two of my favorite things to do: golf and surfing. Most importantly, I’d love to experience all these things with the people I love most!
Key Account Manager, Norway
I really would like to experience California, and all that it offers: Go by the well-known HIGHWAY 1 from San Francisco to Los Angeles, visit the vineyards in Sonoma and Napa, see the beautiful landscape by Big Sur and so on. Santa Barbara, San Francisco, Los Angeles and San Diego are cities I really want to go to. Walk on the famous beaches, stroll down the famous boardwalks in my PUMA sneakers, just relax and kind of live in an American dream.
Executive Sporstyle Marketing, South Korea
Traveling to Hawaii has been on my bucket list for a long time. For me, since I love travelling to exotic places, Hawaii could be utopia. As far as I know, the island has gorgeous scenery, stunning beaches, and exciting activities of course! Driving along a beautiful costal road and eating some real poke bowl would be the most important things to do for me. I might not able to buy tickets to Hawaii right now, but I plan to go there with my future wife in the very near future 😉.
Foreign Trade Manager, Argentina
I love traveling and the first destination on my bucket list would definitely be Italy. Since I was a child I was crazy about Roman Mythology. Especially for its influential art, architecture and culture on display of the Ancient Roman Empire. I would love to visit ruins as the Forum and the Colosseum, and why not eating some pasta and pizza meanwhile. 😊
Merchandising Administration Executive, Merchandising, Japan
My first destination is my former teacher’s home. He encouraged me to live my life when I almost got down. And not only me, but also my family and friends. I’d like to thank him for that once again.
Customer Service Representative, France
Difficult to say what the first destination on my bucket list is, but I would try to experience things I have never done before. Travelling in a VW Kombi car is part of my biggest dream as I’m really fascinated by the vintage style. It reminds me of a feeling of freedom and escape. But in general, the most important thing for me is to travel and discover new cultures and share the good vibes with the people I love. Just live the moment!
Lead Manager Innovation Research, Germany
The one place where I definitely have to go is Cape Town, South Africa. Sure, Cape Town is supposed to be one of the coolest cities on earth with great art and culture and the coast of South Africa is said to be stunningly beautiful – but the main point is: it provides awesome sports for surfing and climbing. Rocklands, one of the world’s most popular bouldering spots in the world, lies north of Cape Town in the Cederberg mountains, and within a few hours you can go to the Western Cape – cold water and big powerful waves. Or you can hit the road driving to the False Bay side to enjoy the Indian ocean. What more could you ask for?