WHAT'S ON: Home and Leisure expo one not to be missed

THE OBSERVER is pleased to provide you with the opportunity to exhibit at The Observer Home & Leisure Expo 2016. This expo will be

held on Sunday, May 15 from 10am to 3pm at the Gladstone Entertainment Convention Centre, Goondoon Street.

The Observer Home & Leisure Expo 2016 will provide exhibitors with the opportunity to reach and showcase products and services to the Gladstone community.

The event has been a roaring success over the past few years.

Last year the event attracted around 3500-4000 people.

This year we are looking to further build on the success of previous years with a number of key attractions designed to drive visitors to the event and therefore increase your chance of response and maximise your brand and business exposure.

The Observer will be running a reader promotion;

Promotion of the event will include radio advertising on local radio stations;

In conjunction with our reader promotion, we will be holding various lifestyle demonstrations throughout the day;

Food and drinks will be available to purchase throughout the day;

There will be entertainment for the kids, with face painting and other fun activities.

As an exhibitor, you can be confident that there will be an extensive promotional campaign as well as a special publication developed. This special publication will be inserted into The Observer on Saturday May 14, with copies also available at the event.

Should you have any further queries, please do not hesitate to contact Victoria Bradshaw on 49703007.



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