Over 110 companies have signed up to exhibit, including some familiar cycle trade names

Visitor registration opens for tenth Outdoor Trade Show

The countdown to the UK’s largest outdoor trade show has officially begun, with online visitor registration now open for the 10th anniversary of the Outdoor Trade Show (OTS).

Running Tuesday 15th September to Thursday 17th September 2015 at Stoneleigh Park in Warwickshire, OTS 2015 is pitched at retailers with a wide variety of outdoor brands presenting clothing, footwear and accessory products in the exhibition halls, while outside there’s a wealth of camping and caravans on display outdoors.

110 companies have signed up to exhibit, including Hi-Tec, Craghoppers, Burton McCall, Vango and Whitby & Co, as well as 2015 newcomers Regatta, Outback UK and Mountain Boot Company. A record number of 21 exhibitors have also booked space outdoors, including Kampa, Isabella Awnings, Dorema and Terra Nova.

The show has attracted cycle trade distributors in the past and this year Extra UK wil lbe making its OTS debut, exhibiting:

  • Clif Bar – there will be full sampling tables of all Clif Bar flavours as well as Shot Bloks, Shot Gels and Builders Bars.
  • Topeak – Core products from the accessory brand on show will include Multi Tools, Pumps and Packs. New stockist offers with supporting POS will be available.
  • Brooks – The premium handmade luggage and saddle bags will be on show too.

Back in 2006, OTS had 46 exhibitors and 621 visitors in one hall at Stoneleigh Park. Last year the show hosted 129 exhibiting companies from all aspects of the outdoor industry along with 1,399 unique trade visitors who attended the show over the three days.

Trade visitors can now register to attend at www.outdoortradeshow.com. After filling in one simple online form, visitors will receive a confirmation email with their barcode to print and take along to the show in September, to receive a badge and free entry.

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