NMBS Exhibition hits 900 visitor record

Published: 18 April 2017 - FRH

NMBS Exhibition hits 900 visitor record


The 2017 NMBS Exhibition – the annual exhibition for the independent builders merchant buying group saw record attendance levels on April 5th, attracting over 900 visitors from across the full spectrum of NMBS’ 1000+ merchant members.


Exhibitor numbers were also higher than ever, with over 275 suppliers across 375 different stands.


Exhibitors were offering NMBS members extra rebate on all orders placed on the day. This extra rebate will continue to be offered throughout the entire month of April for members who placed orders with suppliers at the exhibition.


In addition, many exhibitors were offering further trading incentives such as exclusive NMBS Exhibition promotions and spot buy opportunities.


NMBS members were also able to benefit from additional discounts and deals as well as free product giveaways thanks to initiatives like the ever-popular NMBS Voucher Book.


Chris Hayward, managing director at NMBS, said: “Every year the NMBS Exhibition continues to go from strength to strength, setting new and higher records for visitor and exhibitor numbers as well as the value of deals done on the day. The 2017 event was no exception and fully maintained this impressive track record.”


He continued: “We’re delighted the show was so well attended and so popular with our members and suppliers alike.


“The NMBS Exhibition is without doubt the trading event for the independent merchanting sector and the turnout and overall success seen this year fully reflects that fact.”




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