The Northern Shooting Show – A Brief Introduction
The Northern Shooting Show is a promising, growing show for hunting, shooting and wilderness skills that’s based in the great exhibition grounds outside Harrogate. The show gains its popularity from the mixture of marketplace for innovative technology and first-rate shooting products and great outdoor facilities that support test shooting, outdoor activities, a spectacular clayline and a lot of classes in bushcraft. This translates in an audience turnout of more than 20,000 visitors. Given there are over 300 exhibitors on average present at the event, the Northern Shooting Show becomes a prime investment opportunity to make direct sales and grow your profile.
An Industry Profile
The Northern Shooting Show is the dream for shooters, gun enthusiasts, conservation workers and hunters alike, because its product portfolio is truly comprehensive – guns, rifles, shotguns, air guns, cartridges, cartridge bags, shooting glasses, hearing protection, reloading equipment, clay traps, decoys, shooting aids, specialised clothing & footwear, pellets, scopes, charging equipment, binoculars, rangefinder, spotting scopes, mounts and red dot systems. ‘Try it before you buy it’ is a mantra at the shooting show, which is where the shooting ranges come into play, where visitors can test guns. There are other highlights as well – the HFT Championships, gundogs show and bushcraft classes.
Go Fair Takes You There
Go Fair ltd assists exhibitors with their hotel accommodation on business trips everywhere around the world and this rings true for Harrogate in Northern Yorkshire. A personal travel assistant lists all the hotels, cottages and guesthouses in and around town within your preferred price range in a matter of hours. Your assistant is always available to answer questions or make corrections to your hotel reservation for the Northern Shooting Show. Go Fair ltd has the resources and flexibility to tackle any booking request from the lone traveler to significant groups of more than twenty people.