BIGGA attracts new exhibitors for Harrogate Week 2010

A raft of new companies have signed up to exhibit at Harrogate Week 2010, bolstering organisers' confidence that it will be a successful year.

Among those showing for the first time are Powakaddy, Golf & Turf Machinery, Penn State University, Aston Horticulture, Celuplast, Aquadyne and BALI.

Around 110 companies have already signed up for the January show, with organisers confident they will exceed the 150 exhibitors last year.

Joining the new companies are regular exhibitors like Vitax, Dennis, Course Care, Inturf, Rigby Taylor, Charterhouse, Rainbird and Johnsons Sports Seeds, John Deere, Ransomes Jacobsen, Toro, Kubota and SISIS.

BIGGA chief executive John Pemberton said:  "We are pleased that so many companies are choosing to exhibit at Harrogate Week 2010 and I am sure that it will prove to be an excellent decision on their part."


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