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Melville secures Euro Attractions UK contract
posted on: 28/2/2011 09:59:52
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Melville Exhibition and Event Services has been chosen to provide onsite services to the first UK Euro Attractions Show this September.

The event, which is organised by the International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions (IAAPA), will be held across Olympia’s Grand and National Halls from 27 to 29 September. Melville will provide furniture, electrics and graphics and exhibitor services.

“Melville stood out as the clear contractor of choice for this event. Its UK capabilities were outstanding, and the Melville Prism initiatives are clearly adding great value to the exhibitor experience at the show,” IAAPA Europe executive director Karen Staley said.

Melville CEO Nick Marshall said IAAPA’s exhibitors will be among the first to use its new exhibitor dashboard for online ordering, show site assistance and venue information. The dashboard will be officially launched at Confex this week.

Olympia is the first venue to host the Euro Attractions show in the UK to date. The event was held in Rome last year across five days and attended by 275 exhibitors and 9,600 visitors.


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