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The Classic Motor Show is the biggest and most popular show of its kind in the UK. The basic audience profile is male, aged 25 to 55 and ABC1 (AB 68%); the show offers a national audience with a regional bias; visitors are multi-car owning (3.4 cars average per household) with a high average household income. Further details and prices are available on request and the organisers would be happy to discuss bespoke options. Contact: Jonathan Wright. Tel.: 0207 384 8142. E-mail:
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THE MOBILITY ROADSHOW - closing after 34 years (see website)
. Contact: Mobility Choice. Tel.: +44 (0)1332 810007. E-mail:
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MotorcycleLive continues to present many of the favourite zones and features that have played an important part in making this event the one to be at, and they will continue to play a role. Once again they will receive the revitalisation and fresh thinking approach that the whole event has gone through. Feature areas spread throughout the show will offer exciting, interesting and interactive niche entertainment for visitors. Historically the split of male and female visitors has remained at roughly 80% male and 20% female; the average age of visitors to the show is 35-49. Offering a large, passionate, enthused following, the show allows partner companies the opportunity to put their brand in front of a highly targeted audience. Sponsorship packages can be tailored to customer requirements and budget. Contact: Gina Evans. Address: 1 Rye Hill Office Park, Birmingham Road, Allesley, Coventry CV5 9AB. Tel.: +44 (0)24 7640 8020. E-mail:
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Worthy Events has recently been asked by Orange County Choppers to bring their OCC Live show to the UK. The OCC Live show has never toured outside the US and brings a new format to the UK stage. The event consists of Paul SR (Company Director) having a biker build off with his son Paul JR (Master Fabricator) on stage. The audience is able to participate by selecting the parts from two large screens. The bike is then built on stage and the entire bike building process is displayed to the audience. The OCC Live show is compèred by Mikey, who is the comical son of Paul SR. The show is also backed by the OCC Band, who have toured extensively across the US, Australia, Brazil and Canada and have opened for such big names as Lynyrd Skynyrd, POD and Candlebox. In the coming months the marketing plan will start to evolve and this involves both UK and US marketing. OCC has a TV show on the Discovery Channel entitled American Chopper and Discovery will be advertising both in the UK and US. Discovery has also been asked to film live on tour. Over 500,000 promotional materials will be sent out to the venue areas, which include Manchester, Liverpool, London, Sheffield, Belfast, Dublin, Scotland, Nottingham and Newcastle, along with radio advertisements in each area. The marketing objectives are set to be big and to bring extensive brand awareness to both the sponsor and the event. "Many sponsorship packages are available from billboard sponsorship up to full event sponsorship - so we will be able to tailor a package to your company needs. Please contact Matthew Worthington for more information and he will be more than happy to discuss all your requirements". Contact: Matthew Worthington. Tel.: 01253 352634. E-mail: matt@worthyevents.co.uk.



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The Ramsgate Sprint was originally run between 1956 and 1968, and was organised by The Sunbeam Owners Club. "Last year, with the assistance of the Invicta Bike Club and The East Kent Classic MCC, we revived an event on Ramsgate prom that was last held in 1968. To celebrate the original event, and from a safety point of view, we restricted applications to race to machines from 1972 and earlier. We wanted it to be free to the public, and in order to create a family weekend we organised a funfair, multiple live bands and an array of caterers, as well as a big static display of classic machines. The East Kent Classic club's membership worked extremely hard to publicise the event, both through social media and at other similar events throughout Kent. We secured multiple time world champion, from the era, Jim Redman, as our guest of honour, but we had no idea if anyone would actually show up. However, to our surprise, the weekend was a massive success and was attended by huge numbers of people! Feedback was totally fantastic. All reports in the media were of a resounding success. We have overcome serious difficulties in securing the venue for the same weekend again this year, and in order to make it even bigger and better and secure it for future years we are looking for a main sponsor to add their name to what promises to become a seriously huge event". Contact: Paul Courbot, Publicity Officer. Address: 7 Edgar Road, Ramsgate, Kent CT12 4EJ. Tel.: 07973 662940. E-mail:
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