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Mortgages PLC to sponsor all three Expos

Mortgages PLC has signed up to sponsor all three Mortgage Business Expos in 2007.

The lender will be at the events in Glasgow, Manchester and London and will have its branded truck onsite, alongside sponsorship of a fully branded caf矡rea.

Julian Wells, head of marketing at Mortgages PLC, says: Were delighted to be signing up for Expo again.

These shows have taken the industry by storm in recent years and we see this as a key part of our marketing strategy as we continue to grow our business.

We have a strong distribution base in all three of the geographical locations. Our main processing centre is in Glasgow so the venues are ideal.

We firmly believe having a strong presence at these shows is essential for companies looking to build or maintain their brand presence in what is a fiercely competitive market

Daniel Nwaokolo, show director at organisers Clarion Events, says: The pre-show registrations so far indicate that this will be a record year which is great news for exhibitors.

Its fantastic to have Mortgages PLC on board again for the 2007 Expos, they are a great addition to our show and we always enjoy working with them.

Through working closely with us, Mortgages PLC have shown what is possible with a combination of innovative thinking, clear measurable objectives and a lot of hard work.

“We look forward to welcoming the truck back this year!


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