Hortipak sponsors HTA plant show

Hortipak will be the principal sponsors of the HTA National Plant Show, heading up a list of key industry players including G7, ProVar, Floramedia and Timber Displays.

HTA business development director Tim Briercliffe said: "The association is delighted that a number of companies are supporting the National Plant Show."

He added: "With their support we can minimise the costs to exhibitors and maximise the value for visitors."

Hortipak managing director Robin Upton added: "We are really excited to be major supporters of this new show, as well as having the opportunity to work alongside the HTA for what should prove to be a key showcase for British plants."

Registration services at the show will be provided by G7, while the New Plant Awards are sponsored by ProVar. Timber Displays is providing benching for the displays.

HW and Garden Retail are media partners for the show and will produce the guide. The event will take place at Stoneleigh Park in Warwickshire on 29-30 June. There will be 93 exhibitors on 115 stands.

- For further information and to register to attend the show visit www.nationalplantshow.co.uk or email enquiries@nationalplant show.co.uk.

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