Horticulture Week signs up as premier media partner for Saltex 2013

Saltex 2013 Event Director Jon Gibson
Saltex 2013 Event Director Jon Gibson
Horticulture Week is delighted to announce that it will once again be supporting the IoG's September trade show, Saltex, following its confirmation as premier media partner for the event. 
The show which is the UK's leading event for grounds care, sports, amenities, estates and green space management will see more than 300 exhibitors from turf care and specialist machinery to landscaping and playgrounds bring the latest products, equipment and expertise to Windsor Racecourse from 3rd to 5th September.  
Said Saltex 2013 event director Jon Gibson, "As the new sales and marketing team for Saltex, the challenge for us at Brintex Events is to increase the show's value for both exhibitors and visitors alike. We are therefore delighted to confirm Horticulture Week, the most widely-read publication for the sector, as the show's Premier Media Partner."
 "We feel that Horticulture Week's channels dedicated to Turf, Landscape, Parks & Gardens and Arboriculture mirror the show's content and audience from across the sports, amenities & landscaping sectors, and will enable us to better attract specific groups of visitors by providing them with highly relevant information in advance of the show."
Added Gibson: "Since its debut in the 1930s the lifeblood of Saltex has been the hundreds of demonstrations of the latest machinery, tools, services and techniques needed by the installers, maintainers, managers and purchasers responsible for the UK's outdoor leisure facilities. Horticulture Week's What Kit? is the definitive online buyers' guide for landscape and amenity products so it was natural for us to create a partnership that offers valuable promotional opportunities to our exhibitors and advertisers, and better awareness of the very latest equipment."

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