INVITATION TO SUPPORT AND ATTEND THE ALL WALES BOAT SHOW 2017
The All Wales Boat Show takes place over three days at Conwy Quays Marina and the Conwy River, the base for around 1,200 vessels already generating £5 million to the local economy. The All Wales Boat Show is a key part of the strategy to expand the marine sector which already contributes £282 million a year to the Welsh economy.
The principal function of the All Wales Boat Show is promoting the various craft, chandlery and the array of water sport opportunities available, it also encompasses the wider spectrum of marine industry careers, marine conservation, heritage, safety etc and is currently working towards building an annual networking opportunity for all clubs, marinas and associations. It can only develop successfully with the support and input of your establishment. We hope that the following free of charge contra deal will be of interest:
The All Wales Boat Show would like to offer: 1) A banner or pop up promoting your establishment displayed at the Show, 2) Listed in the event programme as a supporter of the All Wales Boat Show, 3) Listed on the www.waleswatersports.com marine directory, 4) A digital advert space measuring across the top: 468px(w) x 60px(h) with a direct link to your website, 5) Access for your members at the Private member’s bar and enclosure at the All Wales Boat Show, 6) An opportunity to host your own private members function at the above enclosure
In return we would like to request that you: 1) Ensure that the attached poster is placed in a prominent position, 2) Include the All Wales Boat Show dates and opening times in your 2017 Calendar: Friday 9th June 2017, Midday until 8.00pm, Saturday 10th June 2017, 10am until 6.00pm, Sunday 11th June 2017, 10am until 4.00pm, 3) Supply space for an online All Wales Boat Show display advert on your website.
We sincerely hope that this is of interest and very much look forward to working with you in the future to highlight the benefits of boating in Wales.
Please register your interest here: