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Hi all, with further press releases to follow:

 

Key statistics:

Visitor Stats

6834 Visitors

3486 more visitors than 2016 - 96% increase

3128 more visitors than our record year in 2015 - 84% increase

3015 Visitors on Friday

3819 Visitors on Saturday

Exhibitor Stats:

109 Exhibitors

26 more exhibitors than 2016 (31% increase)

65 exhibitors returning from 2016 (78% returning)

39 exhibitors attended for the first time

17 Exhibitors selling wood chippers

Climbing and competitions:

48 Climbing Competition Entrants

3:36.00 – Expert Climb Winning Time

14:25.00 – Premier Climb Winning Time

5 Arborist Knots in 17.09 seconds – Knot Tying Competition Winning Time

150 children enjoyed the kids climbing tree

Arb Ale:

 

1700 Pints sold by Stroud Brewery (1100 Friday, 600 Saturday)

 

I'm away for the weekend so will pickup any replies Sunday evening / Monday.

 

Thanks all n have a good weekend,

Paul

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Figures would probably have been better Steve if the penny will ever drop and 'experts' running bars realise that just because we cut timber we don't all like to slowly sip pints of 'Scrumpwells Olde Fartdodger' or whatever.

 

 

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Hi all, with further press releases to follow:

 

Key statistics:

Visitor Stats

6834 Visitors

3486 more visitors than 2016 - 96% increase

3128 more visitors than our record year in 2015 - 84% increase

3015 Visitors on Friday

3819 Visitors on Saturday

Exhibitor Stats:

109 Exhibitors

26 more exhibitors than 2016 (31% increase)

65 exhibitors returning from 2016 (78% returning)

39 exhibitors attended for the first time

17 Exhibitors selling wood chippers

Climbing and competitions:

48 Climbing Competition Entrants

3:36.00 – Expert Climb Winning Time

14:25.00 – Premier Climb Winning Time

5 Arborist Knots in 17.09 seconds – Knot Tying Competition Winning Time

150 children enjoyed the kids climbing tree

Arb Ale:

 

1700 Pints sold by Stroud Brewery (1100 Friday, 600 Saturday)

 

I'm away for the weekend so will pickup any replies Sunday evening / Monday.

 

Thanks all n have a good weekend,

Paul

 

Thanks for these stats Paul! We had a great time exhibiting at the event, we think it was one of the best shows we have ever done!

 

Definitely see you back there next year with even more machines! :thumbup:

Tobroco Giant UK

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Hi Paul

Can you drill down on those figures

109 exhibitors with average 6 people per stand = 654 per day are these included in the figures ?

How many visitors only turned left to Weston Birt Arboretum from the turnstiles ?

How many from the Arb trade [not general public having a day out at the Arboretum who just happened to wander along the path to the Arb show] where there ?

Yes it was busier than previous years looking up and down the showground but the trade sellers during the show were not much busier than before and that was to be expected with Honey Brothers, FR Jones and Listers Arb not there

 

The show had a buzz about it and we all want a national show to succeed.

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Thanks for these stats Paul! We had a great time exhibiting at the event, we think it was one of the best shows we have ever done!

 

Definitely see you back there next year with even more machines! :thumbup:

Tobroco Giant UK

 

Hi there, thank you for your post here and I'm really pleased to hear the event was a success for you and we look forward to welcoming you back to the next one (thank YOU also for supporting the event and exhibiting :thumbup1:)

 

Best regards and "see you again soon"

Paul

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Hi Paul

Can you drill down on those figures

109 exhibitors with average 6 people per stand = 654 per day are these included in the figures ?

How many visitors only turned left to Weston Birt Arboretum from the turnstiles ?

How many from the Arb trade [not general public having a day out at the Arboretum who just happened to wander along the path to the Arb show] where there ?

Yes it was busier than previous years looking up and down the showground but the trade sellers during the show were not much busier than before and that was to be expected with Honey Brothers, FR Jones and Listers Arb not there

 

The show had a buzz about it and we all want a national show to succeed.

 

Hi Les,

 

Obviously some of the questions you raise we cannot answer as we didn't keep track of where people went but reasonably assumed they came to the show...why ever would they not? :001_rolleyes:

 

Clearly these are very much headline figures for marketing purposes so I have enquired with our "marketing man," and the show organizer (my colleague Simon,) to see if we can supply anymore data to help.

 

Hoping to post back soon..

Paul

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Hi all, with further press releases to follow:

 

Key statistics:

Visitor Stats

6834 Visitors

3486 more visitors than 2016 - 96% increase

3128 more visitors than our record year in 2015 - 84% increase

3015 Visitors on Friday

3819 Visitors on Saturday

Exhibitor Stats:

109 Exhibitors

26 more exhibitors than 2016 (31% increase)

65 exhibitors returning from 2016 (78% returning)

39 exhibitors attended for the first time

17 Exhibitors selling wood chippers

Climbing and competitions:

48 Climbing Competition Entrants

3:36.00 – Expert Climb Winning Time

14:25.00 – Premier Climb Winning Time

5 Arborist Knots in 17.09 seconds – Knot Tying Competition Winning Time

150 children enjoyed the kids climbing tree

Arb Ale:

 

1700 Pints sold by Stroud Brewery (1100 Friday, 600 Saturday)

 

I'm away for the weekend so will pickup any replies Sunday evening / Monday.

 

Thanks all n have a good weekend,

Paul

 

Hi Paul as said before I had a great day at the show it had a good feel about it,not sure if was the venue or lay out but both were excellent and hope it's a regular venue I also think it being a month earlier also helped as not many people go away during May.i have already booked my B&B for next May 11th & 12th.

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