The Trade Centre Wales flies high with Wales National Airshow 2016
Monday 15th August 2016
Swansea Lord Mayor David Hopkins & Mayoress Beverley Hopkins with The Tigers Parachute Team.
We recently sponsored one of the greatest summer activities to land on the coast! The Wales National Airshow 2016. This was the first year that The Trade Centre Wales supported the event which coincided with the launch of our new Cardiff North branch located off the A470, Abercynon.
Frances Jenkins, Strategic Manager of Culture, Marketing & Events at Swansea Council said:
The Wales National Airshow attracted over 200K visitors this year and the City & County of Swansea was delighted to work with and provide a platform for businesses to take advantage of the opportunities this major event for Wales presented.
In particular, we were delighted to have The Trade Centre Wales on board as title sponsor of the event for the first time. We hope that this partnership presented significant marketing exposure for TCW’s brand, at a time when they were also looking to increase their customer base on the back of the opening of their new car showroom.
Like the event itself, we regarded the partnership as a big success and we look forward to many more occasions where we can work with businesses to provide platforms and opportunities to support each other in achieving our respective objectives.
Andy Coulthurst, CEO of The Trade Centre Wales added:
The opportunity to be title sponsor of this prestige event could not have come at a better time for The Trade Centre Wales, our new Cardiff North Superstore in Abercynon also prepared for take off and has been a huge success. We would like to thank all concerned for the opportunity in such a huge and successful event.
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