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Wedding and Lifestyle exhibition set to attract more males
posted on: 30/7/2010 11:34:05

The organiser of the Wedding and Lifestyle Show has decided to make its male visitors more comfortable this year by introducing ‘The Man Crèche’.

The Las Vegas-style area will feature Black Jack and roulette tables, football highlights on a big screen and a lounge bar.

“The show attracts one male for roughly every four females that attend at the moment,” says event director, Hayley Nash. “But not every blushing bride has female companions who can attend the show with them. We have introduced the Man Crèche so that the grooms or male family members can now find attendance appealing too.”

The Wedding and Lifestyle Show takes place at the Yorkshire Event Centre on 9 and 10 October 2010.

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