Carpet Cleaning Issues - Carpet construction, upholstery cleaning, stain removal, equipment, events, etc.
NCCA show 26th / 27th September
Posted by ozge (ozzy), 10 September 2003hi
thanks for your recomondation, but when and where is the ncca show? or where can i get more details about their shows.
Posted by admin (Forum Admin), 10 September 2003Is everyone aware of the NCCA Exhibition held later this month?
It is being held at the Park Hall Hotel, Wolverhampton on Friday 26th & Sat 27th of September and entry is free to all those involved in the cleaning and restoration of carpets and soft furnishings.
2003 Exhibitors include:
Active Chemical Products,
Application Techniques Ltd,
Cleaning & Maintenance Magazine,
Cleaning Matters Magazine,
Franklins Group Services,
Host Von Schrader,
National Flood School,
Free Tickets can be registered in advance from http://www.ncca.co.uk
Posted by Derek (Derek), 11 September 2003The NCCA will, I am told (I talked them into it really) also have a technical area where you can bring any problems, troublesome carpets and fabrics for appraisal
Still in the freebie section
Posted by Northerclean (Alex), 12 September 2003I'll see you guys there
Posted by Derek (Derek Bolton), 22 September 2003Just a reminder that the cleaning Show is this week
See you there?
Posted by STEVE71163 (Steve Lowe), 22 September 2003If i get time this week, I will drive up because it looks quite good Never been before
Posted by woodman (woodman), 22 September 2003 Derek you not advertising the show are you
Posted by Derek (Derek Bolton), 22 September 2003Hi Woodman
As if I would!
I am merely reminding all those busy, busy people out there that there is a golden opportunity to have a look at loads of carpet cleaning equipment all in one place.
Not only that but everyone there will be a carpet cleaner ... a lot of information to be gained.
That's not advertising that's being a good citizen... and if you believe that.....!!!
SEE YOU AT THE SHOW
Posted by Derek (Derek Bolton), 27 September 2003Hi
It was nice to meet up with those of you who came to the show including Mike and Mr. 'T' .. I can now start put faces to names whilst I post
Posted by Derek (Derek Bolton), 28 September 2003The Show had a lot of visitors and according to trade members who attended business was good. A lot of smiling faces!
Jimmy Findlay from Sebo almost sold his entire stock let alone the orders he took.
Visitors were leaving with armfuls of samples and that's got to be worth it.
The NCCA are already planning something much bigger for next year...it is hoped that it will be in London.
Posted by woodman (woodman), 29 September 2003Hi Derek
Nice to meet you at the show I am only sorry I could not hang around longer.
It would be nice if its in the London area next time that M6 is a nightmare
Posted by Mike_Boxall (Mike_Boxall), 29 September 2003Hi Derek / Woodman / Mr One Step
Great to meet you on Friday - it was a good show. I also saw a couple of customers who were introduced to new machines they'd never heard of and I guess thats what it's all about!
See you next time
Posted by Alan_Harrison (Alan_Harrison), 29 September 2003I'd fully intended to visit the show on Friday (work on Saturdays). Jumped in my car at 8.30 am to make a good start then when I checked my ticket I noticed that the show opened at 1.00p!!!!!!!!!
Nothing for it but to head for the office and wait it out. Hold on. M1- M6 on Friday afternoon.......Hmmm. I don't think so.
oh well. Think of all the money I saved.
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