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Outdoor Trade Show to have inaugural Sunday trading
posted on: 4/4/2012 10:08:58
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The Outdoor Trade Show (OTS) will open on a Sunday for the first time to coincide with its date change this year.

The show recently announced it was merging with the Stoneleigh Tent Show and moving to an earlier time slot in September.
 
Now in its seventh year, the 2012 show will have extended opening times on Sunday and Monday, staying open until 7pm. The event takes place on 9-12 September at Stoneleigh Park, Warwickshire.

“We are very excited at being able to offer a platform that ticks all the boxes for retailers and manufacturers,” said OTS organiser Marta Williams. “OTS has experienced a rapid growth in its six year history and the changes to the show for 2012 reflect our primary objective of responding to the needs of the industry and to provide a cost-effective show for suppliers and a worthwhile trip for retailers.”
 
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