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Hello,

I am sorting out trade shows and events I am doing next year.

I missed Japfest last year, but looking at having a trade stand next year.

So question for you guys, is it as good?.

I read a thread recently saying that shows were less about the true enthusiast and wondered if there was much truth to this.

This year I have been to classic, and American car shows which attracts a great crowd.

Would be interested in your views before I book the event.

Many thanks guys.

Dan
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i feel japfest was good this year as a lot of the facebook clubs did't get in and a lot of the big culb's had a lot of good cars on show. in the last few years some culb stands looked like tescos car park on a saturday night. just a load of standerd civics with stickers on
 

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i feel japfest was good this year as a lot of the facebook clubs did't get in and a lot of the big culb's had a lot of good cars on show. in the last few years some culb stands looked like tescos car park on a saturday night. just a load of standerd civics with stickers on
Thanks for the reply and that's exactly the type of feedback I need. :)

Trading at shows is never cheap and want to make it worthwhile.

Its on the list for next year.

Thanks again

Dan
 

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i was on a stand this year with the nm35 stagea & next to us was gtroc & the s2000club so some nice cars to look at
The cars do make a difference :)

I did a VW themed show this year and had a yellow classic 1970 race beetle on one side and a classic Herbie and a 1970 rat look classic camper on the other.

They looked amazing.

Dan
 
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