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PATS Sandown ‘sells out’ of exhibitor stands

The PATS Sandown trade show has announced that all exhibitor stands have been sold. The two-day pet trade show is predicting a packed event on March 21-22 2017.

Over 140 companies will be exhibiting, including 30 newcomers to the spring show. Kittyrama, a start-up company specialising in cat accessories, plans to make its first appearance at PATS Sandown this year.

Kittyrama co-founder and director Carolina Ballon-Forrester said: “The show gives us a unique opportunity to introduce our award-winning products to the entire pet trade”.

“We are looking forward to some exciting days at the trade show, packed with business opportunities for a new company like us.”

Seminars and workshops

There will be a full programme of free seminars during both days of the show. PATS Sandown will also be welcoming the return of the Grooming Workshops. They have been reintroduced following popular demand after a two-year absence at the Surrey venue.

To help make the visitor experience even more enjoyable and rewarding, both the Surrey and Esher Halls have their own entrances and registration points. Visitors benefit from free show entry, free parking, a free catalogue and many special offers.

To register for free entry to the show and to view the full list of exhibitors visit www.patshow.co.uk.

About Sara Cork

Sara Cork
Sara Cork is the editor of Pet Gazette. She has nearly eight years' experience in consumer and B2B titles. Feel free to drop her a line with any stories or feature ideas.

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