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Totally shows attract top names

Published: 6 September 2010
Crown Paints, Henkel and Yale among the list of big brands who have already signed up to exhibit at the 2011 Birmingham show.
The 2010 show delivered visitor figures four times higher than the previous year, following its relocation to the NEC Birmingham and new February timing.

The show, which was previously held in January at Earl's Court, London, has already attracted a long list of big names to exhibit in 2011, including Draper Tools, Liberon, RB UK, Plasti-kote, Barretine, Rolson and Monument Tools.

It will be the second year that the Totally shows have run alongside Spring Fair International at the NEC.

Show director James Murray said: "Moving the show to Birmingham to run alongside Spring Fair International was the right choice for the show and our exhibitors agree with us - re-bookings from 2010 exhibitors are strong, it's great to see Henkel back after a two-year break, and we are handling a lot of interest from previous exhibitors who visited the NEC to see the new layout for themselves this year."

To date 65% of next year's show is already sold, while new bookings include Challs International and Mako UK - both returning to the show after a break - as well as Dribox, Cornertape and Pik-a-Pak Electrical.

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