Sambro preps for biggest ever trade event
The supplier is expecting a record number of buyers from UK and Europe to visit its biannual trade event this year
Sambro is anticipating a record level of attendance to its two-day trade event this year, as deal seeking buyers from the UK and overseas prepare to head to its HQ in May.
Sambro is now in its fourth year hosting its exclusive biannual trade events, the first of which is being held on Wednesday 10 and Thursday 11 May at the company’s head office in Bury, Greater Manchester.
The event welcomes buyers from across the UK and Europe to take advantage of not only seasonal and clearance deals from Sambro but from other manufacturers and wholesalers. Since its launch, the company has seen an increase in European buyers attending the two-day event. Sambro has long had a great reputation overseas, holding many international character licenses and distributing across the whole of Europe and indeed the world.
Carl Woodthorpe, Operations Director at Sambro and organiser of the trade event, said: “This year we are expecting a record number of visitors to attend our show. The trade show is popular with both UK and overseas buyers due to the sheer volume of exhibitors and exclusive show only deals available over the two days. We really urge buyers to register early for the event to take full advantage of this exclusive event.”
The 20 showroom event will play host to GBC, Trendmania, Ostoy, Add trading, Debut Trading, Hermanex, Grant & Bowman, Unistock, CK Wholesale Supplies, Brennan Atkinson, Singleton Trading, Toi Toys, Direct Worldwide, Branded Toys Stocklots, Heathside Trading, Savvy Stocklots, Fernway Ltd, Grandi Giochi, CPA Toy Group, and of course Sambro’s own showroom.
Buyers can get exclusive deals across toys, arts and crafts, gadgets, stationery, plush, housewares, textiles, cookware, giftware, stationery, bags, luggage and much much more. Complimentary food and drink will be available throughout the event courtesy of Cardinal Maritime.
Sambro’s head office has excellent transport links via road and train and is also easily accessible to Manchester Airport as well as a wealth of accommodation available should visitors want to attend over two days.