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New sponsorship opportunities to maximise exhibition impact

15 July 2001

A range of sponsorship opportunities are being made available at the Natural Stone Show & NAMM Tradex being held at the new EcCeL exhibition centre in London, 5-7 March next year.

The sponsorship opportunities are limited and will be allocated on a first come first served basis.

The sponsorship packages have been designated as Platinum, two Golds, a Silver and a Bronze.

The Platinum package sponsors the seminar programme run in association with the exhibition and including Stone federation Great Britain\'s Stone in the City presentation and an architects\' day.

The sponsor\'s logo will appear inside the events theatre and on the outer sinage and the sponsor will be credited on the visitor leaflet, the show\'s website and in show previews.

The Gold opportunities are to sponsor the website Matchmaker scheme which allows visitors to book appointments with people they want to see on their stands at particular times. The package includes banner advertising for the sponsor on the website and inclusion in pre-show publicity.

The second Gold sponsorship opportunity is for aisle banners, hanging from the ceiling of the show and indicating stand blocks. These will carry the sponsor\'s logo on both sides.

The Silver scheme involves the sponsor\'s company logo appearing on each side of the registration desk, the first port of call for all visitors.

And the bronze scheme is to have your company logo on carrier bags being given away at the entrance to the show.

The price of the schemes ranges from £1,000 to £3,250. Show director John Burke says: Not only will these sponsorship packages reinforce the sponsor\'s stand position within the show, they will also clearly communicate to the stone industry that the sponsor company is pro-active and innovative in its marketing to the profession.

For forward thinking companies these opportunities are a must. Don\'t delay as there are limited opportunities.

To discuss the sponsorship opportunities and book stand space at the show (now 75% sold) call:

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