Anglia Tool Centre is to host a power tool demonstration trade event this month at Ridgeons' Greenlight Centre of Excellence & Training Academy.

Anglia Tool Centre hosts region’s biggest power tool demonstration

Published:  19 April, 2013

Anglia Tool Centre will be the host of East Anglia’s biggest power tool demonstration trade event this month, at Ridgeons' Greenlight Centre of Excellence & Training Academy in Pampisford, Cambridge.

The free event takes place on Friday 19 and Saturday 20 April and will bring together over 20 of the industry’s leading power tool manufacturers. Suppliers such as Makita, DeWalt, Milwaukee and Bosch will provide visitors with the opportunity to take part in hands-on demonstrations using the latest innovations in tool technology. Both days feature special deals and exclusive offers, as well as the opportunity to win prizes, including an iPad and tickets to the British Superbikes event.

In addition there will be a number of external demonstrations and the opportunity to visit the Festool Demonstration Truck.

Anglia Tool Centre manager and event organiser Ian Thacker commented: “We are really excited about this year’s event which is set to be our biggest ever. We would encourage as many customers as possible to visit, and see first-hand the fantastic deals on offer from leading suppliers.”

The event will run from 8am until 4pm on Friday and 8am until 2pm on Saturday.

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