Allen’s Caravans have plenty of reason to celebrate after the phenomenal success of the recent Wootton Hall Park and Leisure Home show.
The recently re-launched leisure show, in association with Allen’s Caravans, saw visitors arrive in droves to take in the beautiful surroundings of Wootton Hall and to learn and invest in the residential and holiday park industry.
The Wootton Hall show was always a popular event, in the 60’s and 70’s Allen’s Caravans were well known for holding this successful event year after year, until it was replaced with the Boat and Leisure show, which was cancelled early this year. The team at Allen’s Caravans saw an opportunity and are now reaping the benefits of holding such a successful event.
Between the 21st of April and the 7th May 2012, visitors were able to stroll around the Wootton Hall Park and explore the beautiful sights. Experts from the holiday park industry were also on hand to give information and offer guidance if needed. Up to 3000 attended and were able to view the substantial ranges of Holiday and Park homes and to discover the various parks (both Holiday and Residential) that Allen’s Caravans owns.
“Approximately 2800 – 3000 people visited the Leisure Home Show, a figure we could only dream of during the process of re-launching the event. The interest was clear for us to see as we took several deposits both for Residential properties and for Holiday Park Static properties. The most important thing that came out of the event was the fact that so many people went away fully informed about the Residential and Holiday Park industry.”
Joe Folkes, Allen’s Caravans
Allen’s caravans have announced, that due to the incredible success of the show, it is highly likely that it will become a permanent yearly fixture. Allen’s Caravans invites all people with any curiosities about the holiday park industry to look out for the dates of the next event.
For more information see http://www.allenscaravans.com/ or call 01564 792 323.
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