We mentioned a couple of days ago that we are on target for a record year again with Auto Assembly 2013. Well, early reports with our bookings figures are showing that – with 8 months to go – we are currently just over 20% up on where we were this time last year in terms of ticket sales for the convention! While this may not mean much for many of you, the last few years have seen a steady increase in ticket sales for the convention and we have seen a notable increase in bookings compared with previous years at every stage throughout the year.
Bearing that in mind, if this rate of bookings continue with no sign of increase (which we have seen in the past), then we are well on track for another record-breaking convention and are likely to reach out 1,000 attendee limit. However, there were a number of times for Auto Assembly 2012 where ticket sales were up 50% on the previous convention so we can’t stress enough for the need for you to book early!
Finally, for those of you who may be waiting to see if we are going to be running any special Christmas discount offers on tickets as we did for 2012, we will not be repeating that for Auto Assembly 2013. The only discount offer we were running for our 2013 event was for those people who booked early where were offered tickets at the 2012 rate and this offer expired back in September. So if you want to book tickets for Auto Assembly 2013 – for the full weekend or for a single day – then there’s no better time! Don’t forget that one day passes are limited so you will need to order these before they sell out!
We do have dealers tables available starting at £120 for a single table fully inclusive of staff places but again these are limited.
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