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Breadalbane Tourism & Local Produce EXPO returns on 20th March

On Tuesday 20th March 2018 the 4th Breadalbane Tourism & Local Produce EXPO will be held in the beautiful rural setting of Comrie Croft.  Exhibitor stalls will be placed in the refurbished Comrie Croft Barn with outdoor exhibits and displays taking place in the adjacent Courtyard.  Soup and sandwiches will be available at the Comrie Croft Tea Garden.

Organised by the Breadalbane Tourism Circle, EXPO 2018 is an opportunity to meet with dozens of suppliers who are keen to enhance the Breadalbane visitor experience and showcase the quality of local produce.  It is also an excellent networking venue and a chance to discover what the Breadalbane Tourism Circle is doing to promote our area and can do for local businesses.

EXPO is open to all and attendance is free.  Invitations to exhibit / attend have been sent to over 400 businesses in the Breadalbane area and beyond.  Come along to see and sample the wealth and diversity of local suppliers and attractions in our area.  

The 39 exhibitors confirmed to date include many of the big names in Breadalbane tourism (Highland Safaris & Loch Tay Safaris; Scottish Crannog Centre; Dewar's Aberfeldy Distillery; The Famous Grouse; Crieff Hydro's Action Glen), local artisanal producers such as Perthshire Oatcakes and Charlotte Flower Chocolates, and destination and tourism trade organisations such as VisitScotland, Green Tourism and the Association of Scotland's Self Caterers.  Arts & Crafts creators, outdoor activity providers and business and financial services are also participating.  Take this opportunity to join them - by purchasing locally and taking part in activities in the area, everyone's a winner!

Make a note in your diary to come along to Comrie Croft on 20th March between 10:30 and 15:30.  Don’t miss it! 

 

Additional Information

Exhibiting.       Should you wish to exhibit there is a nominal £25 fee to cover costs but members of the Breadalbane Tourism Circle may exhibit free of charge.  Rather than pay the exhibitor fee, why not join the Breadalbane Tourism Circle for our 2018 annual subscription of £50 and enjoy all of the other benefits that come with membership?  To register as an exhibitor please send an email to info@breadalbane.org.

Attendance.     Breadalbane Tourism & Local Produce EXPO 2018  is open to all and free of charge.

Location.         Comrie Croft is 2 miles east of Comrie on the A85 (Crieff) road.  There is ample parking.

 

About the Breadalbane Tourism Circle.

The Circle is a not-for-profit organisation whose aims are:

  • to encourage cooperation between member businesses for the benefit of those member businesses;
  • to promote member businesses through focussed public relations and marketing activities;
  • to promote the Breadalbane area as a visitor destination.

In addition to being a vehicle for collaboration, the Circle is also a consultative organisation representing tourism in the area and works to involve all tourism-related businesses in the area in the promotion of Breadalbane.  The Circle is represented on:

  • Destination Group of the Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park;
  • Perthshire Tourism Partnership;
  • Scottish Government Cross-Party Group for Tourism.

 

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