BLEC Global will have a full range of machines on display at the first MAP Live show (April 24), Stoneleigh Park, Warwickshire.
Supported by BAGMA, the show (Manage Amenity and Pitch) will launch a series of six demonstration days with seminars addressing sportsturf, groundcare and landscaping issues.
Among the machines being demonstrated will be BLEC Cultipack Seeders, Power Box Rakes (tractor-mounted and pedestrian), Blecavators, Multivators, the BLEC Laser Grader and the new dual-band gravel bander.
Gary Mumby, managing director of BLEC Global, says: “We believe MAP Live is going to be the future for manufacturing companies like ourselves – promoting our products around the country.
“The intention of regional, well-organised, one-day events is to attract potential customers to a working demonstration day in their area – minimising their loss of working time. The wide variety of equipment on show is a major attraction.”
Keith Christian, BAGMA’s director, said: “MAP Live will offer variety across the country and allow BAGMA members to save time on travelling to network with others with a view to improving their business.”
Clare Johnson, director of MAP Live, said that independent buyer research and current visitor registrations indicate high interest.
MAP Live www.mapliveltd.co.uk
Image BLEC’S Gary Mumby with the Dual Gravel Bander DSC