Ian Church: Shows like PHEX give us a chance talk to our customers about their needs.

PTS supports PHEX as headline sponsor

Published:  20 August, 2012

NORTHAMPTONSHIRE/MANCHESTER: PTS is once again the headline sponsor of the PHEX regional exhibitions. The national merchant will be joined by a team of experts from Birchwood Price Tools – also a part of the Travis Perkins Group – offering product advice on a range of market leading power and hand tools.

At the Manchester event at the Old Trafford Stadium on 10-11 October, PTS will also be entering visitors to the stand into a prize draw to win Holdon Tools and Scruffs workwear.

There are three prizes up for grabs, retailing at £300, £200 and £100 worth of products.

Ian Church, managing director of PTS commented on the importance of the PHEX shows: "PHEX provides us with the ideal opportunity to spend some quality time with both new and existing customers. The regional shows have a built up a good customer following and we are proud to be the headline sponsor for the 2012 line-up.

"As the renewables market continues to develop at speed, talking to our customers about their needs is the best way to ensure the products that we are bringing to market meet the requirements of a continually changing industry. Shows like PHEX give us this chance and we look forward to welcoming visitors to our stand," Mr Church said.

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