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MEATUP show is on target

13 May 2011

The new meat trade exhibition MEATUP is gaining momentum and, according to YPL exhibitions, the visitor campaign which is now in full swing, is generating much interest.

The show is backed by 14 major trade bodies who are sponsors / show partners for the new event, which takes place at Stoneleigh Park, Warwickshire on 21 and 22 June.

The exhibition is also home to various free workshops and two major competitions. On Tuesday 21st June the NFMFT host the International Young Butcher of the Year competition and on Wednesday 22nd June the Q Guild will stage its Meat Display Competition.

NFMFT Chief Executive Officer Roger Kelsey said: The three young men involved in the UK butchers team will be carrying the hopes of the UK retail butchers' trade in this prestigious competition and we have very high hopes that they will do well. I very much hope that as many people as possible will attend the MEATUP show and the competition arena to give them solid support."

The exhibition has attracted a wide range of exhibitors from right across the meat industry and organiser Emma Cash of YPL Exhibitions was positive: "The show has certainly attracted a good range of support from all types of companies and organisations and the mix of exhibitors, workshops and competitions is set to make for a useful and enjoyable two days. Free entry and free parking are very well received and we start the day off with a free bacon butty and cup of tea for everyone arriving before 11.00am, sponsored by BPEX. We are really looking forward to the show."

The MEATUP exhibition takes place at Stoneleigh Park, Warwickshire on 21 and 22 June in the modern hall 2. Entrance and parking is free, and to pre-register for fast track entry and a competition to win a case of wine visit the MEATUP website www.meatup.co.uk. More information from 01908 613323.


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