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Sambro’s next trade event set for November

Published on: 6th October 2016

The second Sambro trade event of 2016 has been announced.

Sambro-480The two-day trade show will take place on 2nd and 3rd November at the company’s head office in Bury, Greater Manchester from 9am until late.

As with all Sambro trade shows taking place over the last three years, the new event will be bigger than its predecessor, with more showrooms and exhibitors than ever before. Visitors to the event will have access to 21 showrooms, offering a wide array of products and exclusive deals designed to help retailers capitalise on Q4 and New Year sales.

In addition to Sambro, which will invite customers old and new to its expansive showroom, there will be 20 other exhibitors, each with their own unique promotional and clearance opportunities available. Exhibitors include Huggables, Fernway, Trend Mania, Get Retro, CPA Toy Group, Ostoy, Rysons, Heathside Trading, Direct Worldwide, Ultimate Products, Klyne & Klyne, Grant & Bowman, ADD, Hermanex, Debut Trading, GBC Europe and Unistock.

Nikki Samuels commented: “When we launched our trade event, we always hoped it would become a key buying date in the calendar, but we didn’t envisage it would grow this quickly and we couldn’t be more pleased. There is always a real buzz around the head office during the show, and it’s a great way to catch up with customers old and new.”

To register for the November event, please call 0845 873 9380.

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