Jewson Live returns for 2017 show

Published:  18 October, 2017

The UK’s biggest builders’ merchant show, Jewson Live, is back for 2017 – and it’s going to be bigger and better than ever.

Now in its third year, the free to attend event will be returning to the National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham, on the 14th December 2017.

The show will feature a packed programme of key speakers and familiar faces, including Mates in Mind, as well as builder and author of The Hairy Arsed Builders’ Guide to Stress Management, Dave Lee, who will focus on mental health and wellbeing in construction.

Other speakers include Addam Smith, the founder of Band of Builders, who will be sharing his inspirational story after being announced as the Jewson Building Better Communities Trade Hero 2017 winner.

Special celebrity guests from the world of sport will also be making an appearance at Jewson Live and will be revealed on Jewson social media channels in the coming weeks.

More than 180 exhibitors will be at the show, with on-stand giveaways and an action-packed live demonstration area will feature the latest products in action. On the day deals and promotions will also be available to customers, as well as discounts from well-known brands.

Customers can also pick up the latest print edition of the BOB magazine at the show, and will be given free refreshments at BOB’s café.

Magda Dexter, Customer Experience Director at Jewson, commented: “Jewson Live 2017 is an unmissable opportunity for people from all trades to come together and experience our biggest show yet. They’ll have access to an action packed programme of informative speaker sessions, fantastic deals and on-stand activities. Plus, there’s even a holiday up for grabs for one of our lucky Juice reward scheme customers!”

The first 3,500 people to register for the show will receive a free toolkit when they attend Jewson Live.

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