Big names at Big Tour 3

Published:  20 August, 2009

WORCESTER: BCG's Big Tour 3 is fast approaching and is the only exhibition of its kind this year to hit five major venues across the UK.

Show casing over 40 of the leading manufacturers within this sector, merchants and retailers can not only meet with existing suppliers and discover new products, but also get the chance to learn more about new manufacturers, take part in product demonstrations and discover the latest product ranges and new releases.

The event is completely free to attend and offers an opportunity for customers to speak with product experts from each of the exhibiting manufacturers.

Through the success of Big Tour 1 and Big Tour 2, BCG has gained huge momentum and has secured the following names that will each be on hand to present their current and new product ranges at each of the five venues:  

Abode, Amana, APT, Armitage Shanks, BAXI, Belling, BOSCH, Coram Showers, Falcon, Fernox, Fisher & Paykel, Franke, Geberit, Glow-Worm, Grohe, Grundfos, Haro, Honeywell, Hotpoint, Ideal Standard, Indesit, Insinkerator, Just Trays, Kbbreview, KBSA, Kohler Mira, LEC, LITESTYLE, MAIN, Maytag, Mira Showers, NEFF, New World, Perrin & Rowe, Planit Fusion, RANGEMASTER, Sigma 3, Smart4 Bathrooms, Smart4 Kitchens, StovesTM, Triton,  Thunderbolt,  Twyford Bathrooms, Valor and Worcester Bosch.

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