Nov 03, 2020

National Camping Show Launched

National Camping Show Launched

Plans have been announced for the launch of the National Camping Show at Stoneleigh Park showground, Warwickshire from the 18th – 21st March 2021.  The four day consumer event is an initiative by the St Albans based camping retailer PJ Camping and the show has already attracted the support of many of the leading family camping brands. 

At the 2021 event, camping enthusiasts from all over the country will have the opportunity to compare, browse and purchase a selection of the latest tents, caravan and drive away awnings, camping furniture and accessory products from the exhibiting brands that include Bo-Camp, Campingaz, Coleman, Crespo, Dometic, Kampa, Lichfield, Narbonne, Outwell, Quest, Regatta, Summerline, Terra Nova, Vango, Westfield, Wild Country and Zempire.

Richard Forman, owner of PJ Camping commented: “The postponement of the 2021 Caravan, Camping & Motorhome Show next February leaves the trade without a pre-season opportunity to engage with end consumers and for brands to promote their ranges and new product launches directly to the general public.  The central venue of Stoneleigh Park is ideal to stage the event and is a very convenient and accessible location which has proved popular over the years for the Autumn trade event and offers plenty of outdoor display space for consumers in a safe outdoor environment”.
The National Camping Show is being organised by the experienced team at MCS PR & Events and the organisers invite further enquiries from brands interested in taking part.

For additional details and booking enquiries, please contact Marta Williams / Alasdair Scobbie on 0161 437 4634.

For further information please contact:
Marta Williams / Alasdair Scobbie at MCS PR & Events
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t: 07966 050 575 / 07812 521805

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