SOLEX 2022 space is sold out

by | Mar 31, 2022 | Associations, Community, News | 0 comments

After a two-year COVID-induced absence, SOLEX (The Summer Outdoor Living Exhibition) space has sold out, and there is already an exhibitor waiting list for 2023.

Organisers will once again be bringing together all the top outdoor leisure brands from across the UK, Ireland, and Europe under one roof.

For a list of all its 2022 exhibitors take a look at  Who’s Exhibiting. This year the exhibition is in halls 17/18/19 from 12-14 July 2022 NEC, Birmingham.

As well as three packed halls filled with furniture, BBQs, firepits, heaters, chimeneas, spas, lighting, outdoor buildings, gazebos, parasols, and garden accessories, there will be for the first time, a Loving Outdoor Living Zone outside hall 17 where its BBQ and firepit exhibitors will be lighting up their fire products for everyone to see and maybe cooking up the odd, tasty treat for visitors. 

You can Register today and be in with a chance of winning one of five great prizes donated by SOLEX exhibitors. Some great rates have also been secured at Hotels in the area.

Gina Hinde, Solex director says: “ I am really excited about the level of interest for the exhibition and really looking forward to welcoming all the exhibitors and visitors back again after our two-year break. It will be great to have all the top brands in the outdoor leisure industry back together again, doing what they do best”.

www.solexexhibition.com

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