Falcon Promotions hails annual merchandise exhibition as a success

The Falcon Promotions team at the company's annual promotional merchandise exhibition.

The Falcon Promotions team at the company's annual promotional merchandise exhibition. - Credit: Archant

Falcon Promotions has staged its annual promotional merchandise exhibition at Newmarket Racecourse’s Rowley Mile Conference Centre.

More than 30 exhibitors took part in the event, showcasing a diverse range of promotional merchandise, and organisers said feedback had been positive.

Miles Lovegrove of Fluid Branding, which recently acquired Woolpit-based Falcon, added that the organisers were “very pleased” with the attendance, of both new and existing clients.

“To be able to showcase products face to face makes all the difference,” said Mr Lovegrove. “Having the experts on hand to give guidance and inspiration really adds to the show and makes it something very special for the guests.”

He added: “The venue has already been booked for next year on Wednesday, September 28, 2016. We hope to repeat the success of previous years and build on the fantastic reputation the exhibition has already garnered.”


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Elaine Watson of Greene King said: “This was our first visit to the Falcon Promotions exhibition.

“The variety of tables laid out with products was very good, displaying unusual products which we would never have thought of. The companies were well represented by their exhibitors and were very helpful.

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“This helped with new ideas which we are always looking for. The staff were very helpful and we were very pleased that we had attended. “

Dean Wales, head of marketing and PR for Screen Systems, said: “The annual Falcon exhibition is a crucial and much anticipated date in my diary every year.

“Promotional items are a key element to Screen’s marketing and client relationship arsenal and Falcon’s exhibition enables me to seek and discover new and interesting items, but most importantly speak directly to the manufacturers and suppliers.

“As with previous years, I hit upon some great new ideas for 2016. Thanks again for an interesting and productive day.

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