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Bumper turnout at NEC Motorhome & Caravan Show - Caravan

Bumper turnout at NEC Motorhome & Caravan Show - Caravan

To see Cembrit’s stand at the National Homebuild & Renovating Show, NEC Birmingham 2016, please click here.“Holdsworth Designs produced a great stand with graphics, product samples, displays and lighting. Assembly and breakdown was done without fuss all to schedule and budget. They are easy to work with and understand building products. I am happy to recommend them.”Ged Ferris, Marketing Manager at Cembrit LtdThis year at the National Home Build & Renovation Show, Cembrit had a lot to show their new and existing customers. They needed a stand which could:This year at the National Home Build & Renovation Show, there was a column on the stand. We decided that we would treat this as an asset, incorporating our illuminated walls to display Cembrit’s range of services, and showing the physical products around the column. This was topped off with large illuminated Cembrit headers to all four sides of the tower.In addition, we were able to create a client meeting area on a counter. This also doubled as a display of their flexible cladding product with tiling applied and was combined with a large centrally-located feature showing the flexible product with a rendered finish.Are you looking to book stand space at an exhibition? Do get in touch to see how we can help you get the marketing success you want; email sales@holdsworthdesigns.co.uk or call us 01732 358835.Comments are closed.Telephone: 01732 358 835sales@holdsworthdesigns.co.uk53a High Street Tonbridge Kent TN91SD



For the first time in its 32-year history, this year's NEC classic car show in November will feature a Pride of Ownership display. Thirty cars will be on show across two areas at the event, which takes place at the Birmingham NEC on 13-15 November.Here are just ten of the cars that have caught our eye. If you haven't got your tickets yet, head over to www.necclassicmotorshow.comRead moreSteve Mills’ 1926 Packard 420When owner Steve Mills imported this 1926 Packard from the United States in 2010, it was both derelict and fire damaged. A full nut and bolt rebuild of the engine and chassis was Steve's first task. But after completing this, he had an important question to answer: what body style should the car should adopt? Taking inspiration from the work of French Carrosserie Henri Labourdette, who produced some of the most elegant 'Torpedo' bodied cars of the 1920s, Steve - an accomplished boat builder and restorer – then spent the next four years hand crafting the Packard's exquisite body using original techniques. Simply stunning. Best available rate 9.20% Total repayment £9,304.93 Total cost of credit £1,804.93 60 monthly payments Representative exampleThe Representative APR is 13.2% (fixed) so if you borrow £7,500 over 4 years at a rate of 13.2% p.a (fixed) you will repay £199.21 per month and repay £9562.20 in total.





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