Howarth Timber & Building Supplies’ Third Trade Day Bonanza

Howarth Timber & Building Supplies' Third Trade Day Bonanza

Howarth Timber & Building Supplies will be holding their third annual Trade Day Bonanza in a few weeks. The event has already been predicted to exceed the success that has been experienced by the company at last year’s event.

With delegate registrations open, there has been more than double the amount numbers signed up at the same stage in 2016. It is thought that the event will attract more than 1,000 visitors again this year over the course of the day-long event.

The Howarth Timber & Building Supplies Trade Day Bonanza will take place on Friday 10th November. The event will be taking place at the Leeds United Conference Centre at Elland Road, Leeds. It is thought that there will be a range of suppliers at the event such as Pavestone, Velux, Makita and Siniat who will be showcasing their latest ranges of products and services. The Trade Day Bonanza has become well-known for having a range of special offers and exclusive deals that will only be available at the event.

There will also be an increased level of interest as customers sign up to the Howarth Timber ‘golden ticket’ draw. Those who enter the draw will be in with a chance to win a Nissan NV 200 van or a Nissan Micra that is worth more than £15,000. In order to be included in this golden ticket draw, the customers are required to spend £250+ VAT or more in one transaction before or at the event and must also attend the event to have a chance of winning. Runners up will also be in with a chance of winning a variety of other prizes including a tablet, games, consoles and vouchers worth up to £2,500.

The Howarth Timber & Building Supplies Trade Day Bonanza has been a success during its first two years, and with such amazing prizes, and discounts from suppliers on offer at the third annual event there is no doubt that this year’s event will be equally as successful.

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