New trade show AQUA sells 60% of space

New trade show AQUA 2010 on 6-7 October in Telford has sold 60% of its 5,000sq m available space.

The ornamental water gardening and aquatics industries show, in association with the Ornamental Aquatic Trade Association has 23 sign-ups so far.

The show has attracted ALF, Aqua One, Arcadia, Bermuda, Casco, Cloverleaf, Freshwater Aquatics, Gordon Low, Hozelock Cyprio, John Allan, Juwel Aquarium, King British, Neil Hardy Aquatics, Nishikoi, NT Labs, OASE, OASIS Atlantis, Pedigree Wholesale Aquatics, Peter Golding, Pettex, Tetra, Tropical Marine Centre and United Aquatics.

Show organiser Annie Dyke, from Impact Exhibitions, said: "I am very pleased with the response to the new show, especially as there are still nine months until the doors open." See www.aquatelford.co.uk.

 

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