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The ARB Show 2018
 
The Official ARB Show Newsletter of the Arboricultural Association
February 2018
 

ARB Show 2018 Exhibitor Booking Launched

 
ARB Show 2018 Exhibitor Booking Launched
 
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ARB Show 2017 saw records broken across the board, we doubled visitor numbers to almost 7,000 and welcomed 109 Exhibitors.

We hope you can join us for 2018 as the event builds on last year’s incredible growth.

 
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This years’ ARB Show promises to attract more tree care professionals than ever before.

  • Fantastic site within Westonbirt grounds provides an improved experience for visitors
  • New and Improved showground layout for exhibitors
  • Wider pre-event marketing reach than ever before (paid online advertising campaign to reach 100,000 in target audience)
  • Promote your deals before the Show – The ARB Show App provides enhanced experience for exhibitors allowing customers quick access to your products, deals and location on site
  • New events and attractions
  • Marketing support to promote to your customers
 

The ARB Show has quickly become the ‘must-see’ event for Arborists and all involved or interested in trees.

 
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