Sambro announces dates of latest trade event

Published on: 23rd October 2015

Dates of the third Sambro trade event of 2015 have been announced.

sambro480-The two day event will take place on 4th and 5th November from 9am until late at Sambro’s head office in Bury, Greater Manchester.

Due to the success of the trade shows over the last two years, this year has seen an extra date added and this will be the company’s last and biggest show of 2015 with 20 exhibitors taking a stand at the event.

Each exhibitor will be offering exclusive clearance deals across many categories, and organisers urge buyers who haven’t visited before to make this a date not to be missed.

Exhibitors at the November event include Huggables, Ostoy, Grant & Bowman, Unistock, Brennan Atkinson, Debut Trading ltd, United Brands, Hermanex, Singleton, Heathside Trading, Klyne&Klyne, ADD, Trend Mania, GBC Europe, Rysons, Direct Worldwide, CPA Toy Group, ITM Leisure Europe and CK Wholesale Supplies.

Sambro will also exhibit from its extensive main showroom offering exclusive show deals to attendees.

Managing director for Sambro, Nikki Samuels, commented: “When we launched our first trade event over two years ago we never envisaged they would become as huge as they are. Each one just gets bigger and we are delighted to welcome some new exhibitors to the November show. There really are some great deals to be had across lots of categories and we expect to welcome our biggest number of buyers to date.”



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