If you're an exhibitor at this show, or are planning to exhibit, please read this important commercial interlude

Trade Show 2000

David Hyde’s Cycle & Leisure Show (now bolstered by the recent addition of Raleigh to the list of exhibitors) will be upon us soon. Book your ad early to guarantee your favoured position.

Our rates and data hyperlink has all over advertising info, including for the daily show newspaper.

Rememember, there is NO official trade mag at this show. BTI has got the show catalogue; CI has got a display map thingy, and BikeBiz has the daily newspaper, the daily website and a bumper show preview issue where text and pic entries are placed free of charge (on merit, of course).

Here are the USPs for the three mags:

BTI – goes out free to the whole trade monthly.

CI – goes out free to the whole trade monthly.

BB – goes out free to the whole trade monthly, and is high quality, is packed with business-boosting ideas, and is devoured avidly from cover to cover by an appreciative audience who rip the poly bag to shreds in their haste to get at the trade mag that gets read not binned. Er, and we’ve also got the cheapest insert prices out of the three (£150 compared to £400!) and have a daily updated website. Now then, which mag do you think will have the biggest show impact?

Call Albert Reid on 0191 285 4408 to discuss your show promotional requirements. Or email him on bikebizal@aol.com

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