Limited number of trade spaces still available at Scottish Game Fair
Peering across to Scone Palace, some of you may have notice the gentle hum of 2-stroke engines as the mowers and strimmers pick up the pace to welcome back the GWCT Scottish Game Fair from 24th-26th September. The event which was postponed last year has roared back to life as those passionate about the countryside prepare to gather at their annual festival and celebration. And whilst for many the game fair is fun, it is a serious place to do business too with around £20m in sales reported at the last event.
From cheese to Bentleys, Land Agents, Conservators and boutique breweries, this event is hugely important for the broad industry it serves as well providing a huge positive economic impact for the region. And with tickets sales 65% ahead, it seems that demand is high for both fun and business.
30,000 visitors are expected to the event across 3 days and it is not too late to think about participating with trade stand space with the organisers reporting 17 places still available from a possible 400. Simply click this link to apply.
A new restaurant, main arena displays, clay shooting and gun dog trials are just a few of the visitor attractions poised to delight the audiences of what will be one of the first major events in Scotland. With so many events choosing not to run, The GWCT Scottish Game Fair will be an event to remember. To get stuck in, get networking and to do business at the event, apply today
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