Exhibitor stands available in Chamber marquee at Suffolk Show
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Suffolk Chamber of Commerce will once again be hosting a marquee at this year's Suffolk Show on the 7th & 8th June. There will be plenty of networking opportunities, presentations and fun activities taking place in our marquee throughout the two days, and we are expecting a lot of footfall from the local business community. We can be found at Stand 285 in Flower Show Avenue.
The marquee will be shared with Healthy Ambitions Suffolk, and on the evening of 7th June we will be holding a VIP wine and canape event to launch the 2012 HAS Business Awards. We will also be holding a business brunch on the 8th June.
We have a limited number of exhibitor stands available for our Chamber members to promote their businesses to the thousands of Suffolk Show attendees.
The cost to exhibit is £295 + VAT, and for this you will have a 2.5 metre wide stand in a prominent position in our marquee, with space for pop up stands and promotional material. Your business will also be included in our promotions with the local media prior to and after the event.
If you are interested in taking up this unique opportunity to promote your business to a wide range of businesses and the local community, please contact Amanda Ankin firstname.lastname@example.org or direct dial tel: 01473 694812.
Spaces are limited and will be offered on a strict first come, first served basis.
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