GT Trax, a hirer of temporary roadways, walkways, seating and structures to the outside event market, is celebrating scooping first prize for their exhibition stand design at the recent Showman’s Show.
This was the 10th consecutive time GT Trax has exhibited at the show, and each year the team tries a different theme to attract visitors to examine their products and services. This year’s was Halloween. The stand was adorned with spooky symbols and objects, and there was a stash of handmade Halloween cake pops on offer.
Behind the stand design was hire and sales manager, Julie-Ann James. Julie-Ann was appropriately dressed as a witch and her compatriots, Robyn Tate and Suzy Dance, both enthusiastically joined in the fun as the bride of Dracula and a zombie cheerleader.
The judge was the editor of Open Air Business magazine, Tally Wade. Commenting on the award GT Trax managing director Trevor Tinker said, “We have gained a reputation within the events industry as having a dynamic approach to marketing and promotions, and winning this award was a testament to the hard work that Julie-Ann and her team put into making sure the Showman’s Show was such a success.”
GT Trax has been supplying the events industries with a variety of products since 2005. The company has just relocated from Norfolk to Warboys, Cambridgeshire. Particular emphasis is placed on the sustainability values of the products in the GT Trax hire fleet. Its plastic trackway and walkways are made from recycled (and recyclable) material and cleaned using an automatic system that operates from recycled rainwater.