UK. New prestigious sponsor for Poole Harbour Boat Show

Saturday, 18 March 2017


Another local, prestigious company has signed up as a sponsor of the Poole Harbour Boat Show, in association with Sunseeker.

Marshall Bournemouth BMW has confirmed that it will be the Quayside Sponsor for this year’s event which runs from 19-21 May.  Organised by Poole Harbour Commissioners (PHC), this year’s free-to-enter show is expected to attract around 20,000 visitors. 

Commenting on this exciting sponsorship deal, Emily Gowers, Marketing Manager of Marshall Bournemouth BMW said:  “This partnership is a thrilling opportunity for two mainstays of luxury to join forces at this fantastic local event. We're truly excited to introduce guests at the Poole Harbour Boat Show to some of the most innovative products that BMW has to offer.”

Marshall Bournemouth BMW is truly a hub of opulence; Fast-Lane Servicing, specialist staff and a vast, fully-stocked showroom are just some of the reasons to visit. A mere 15-minute drive from Poole, Marshall BMW Bournemouth's Sales department is open seven days a week, whether you'd like to arrange a test drive or just browse the range of vehicles on offer.

As part of its sponsorship package, Marshall Bournemouth BMW will have a prominent display on Poole Quay where they will be showcasing the latest models of the BMW 7 Series Saloon and the innovative i8.

Jim Stewart, Chief Executive of Poole Harbour Commissioners, added:  “We are delighted to hear that Marshall Bournemouth BMW have agreed to play an important part in this year’s event.  Sponsors are vitally important to the success of the show and we are, of course, very grateful to all the companies who have agreed to support the 2017 event.

Other companies which have, once again, pledged their support for the event include Sibbett Gregory, Elite Signs, Bournemouth Colour Print, Bates Wharf Marine Sales and Conker Spirit.  

Stuart Langrish

Liz Lean PR

 

Cathy McLean

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