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Big clothing cos to partake in Workwear & Corporate Clothing Show
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Oct '08
The 2009 Workwear and Corporate Clothing Show has added to its impressive exhibitor line-up by attracting three heavyweights from within the working garment industry.

Bond Safety – European distributor of well-known workwear brand CAT – has doubled the size of its stand space to 144 m2. The company exhibited at the 2008 show with an 80 m2 stand dedicated to CAT workwear. It was so pleased with the results, however, that it now plans to showcase brands Hi-Tec Works and Dr. Martens workwear on separate stands next year.

Bond Safety managing director Paul Bond said: “We were so impressed with the level and quality of visitors last year that we want to take full advantage of this important sales opportunity again. The Workwear and Corporate Clothing Show is the premium exhibition and we have the premium brands, where else would we show?”

Another satisfied customer is Russell Europe. The supplier of promotional clothing and corporatewear is sponsor of the spectacular fashion catwalk show for the second year running, after receiving a fantastic response from the event. And now, the company has decided to build on its success by also taking a 50 m2 stand right by the stage.

Good things really do come in threes though as Arco – a leading UK supplier of workwear and PPE – has also confirmed its plans to exhibit at the show for the first time.

The 2009 Workwear and Corporate Clothing Show will take place on 1-2 April at the Birmingham NEC.

Workwear and Corporate Clothing Show 2009


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