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Business Backing for 42nd Lakes Hospitality Trade Show

Nick Hood Show Manager
Nick Hood Show Manager

[T]he area’s biggest and oldest annual hospitality trade show has secured the backing of two sponsors, Kendal’s ‘The Brand Chap’ and British online booking company Eviivo as well as a commercial partner, Windermere based Coulson Associates.

It also has the support of two trade bodies, Cumbria Tourism and Keswick Tourism Association, and CN Group’s Bay and Lakeland Radio.

This year the 42nd show will take place on Wednesday 1 and Thursday 2 March in Cumbria’s newest and largest Exhibition Hall at Junction 36 Rural Auction Centre next to the M6.

Attracting over 100 exhibitors and over 1,000 trade visitors from across the North West, the popular two-day event provides an unrivalled focal point for the region’s hospitality industry. Organisers the Lake Hospitality Association say the expo attracts representatives from a wide and diverse sector including interiors, food, drink, technology and equipment businesses as well as those providing marketing, recruitment, training, banking, property advice and insurance services.

“We are delighted to have all this support from the business community for a show that is free to trade visitors” said Nick Hood Show Manager.

“The Association has been established for over 50 years now and this is one event that really brings everyone together ahead of a busy summer season. Visitors will be able to network, meet up with suppliers and service providers and learn more about the latest advances and trends within the industry.”

The show opens on Wednesday 1 March (10am-5pm) and Thursday 2 March (10am-4pm). For further details visit or telephone 015394 44495 for more information.

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