Registration for Glee 2016 is live

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Catering Design Group

Online registration for Glee (12th ? 14th September, NEC Birmingham) is now live. Buyers and retailers can now go online and book their free ticket to the leading showcase for the garden and leisure industry. Register online today to save yourself ?20 and receive free parking and show catalogue.

Matthew Mein, event director said ?Following on from last year?s show, which saw the industry come together for a bustling, profitable and leading event, Glee has reaffirmed itself as the place where the garden and leisure industry meets. We?ll be working extremely hard over the coming months to guarantee that the show continues to hit the spot for the industry it represents. Part of this will be to ensure that the leading brands, top buyers and industry leaders will be attending en mass, as well as adding extra value through inspiration, innovation, networking and education.?

To make sure you don?t miss your place, simply log onto the show?s dedicated website www.gleebirmingham.com and click on ?register?.

Glee

Glee is the UK?s leading garden retail show, focussing on building year-round profits within core product categories including garden care, landscaping, outdoor living, garden design, pet, speciality food and catering, home, gift and clothing, and plants. Each year the show attracts thousands of buyers from top retailers, such as leading UK garden centres, builders? merchants, multiple retailers, and DIY stores. To keep up-to-date on all the latest news log onto www.gleebirmingham.com or call 020 3033 2160 to find out about exhibiting.

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