Exhibitors & Sponsors Information
The Land Rover Owner Show (LRO Show) is a brand extension of Land Rover Owner International – the world’s best-selling Land Rover magazine. It provides a fantastic opportunity to reach more than 18,000 Land Rover enthusiasts from across the globe, who love to spend money on parts, tools, adventures and more – anything that helps them enjoy their Land Rover more!
79% of visitors specifically visit the show to shop for the goods on offer, spending in excess of £4.19million over the weekend! What’s more, 94% have said they’ll come back this September to do it all over again.
To showcase your brand at the biggest Land Rover event in the UK, please preview the exhibitor pack below and contact Kelly Delaney at Live Promotions Ltd on 01775 768661 / 07967 658560 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you would like to exhibit at the LRO Show 2018, please download and complete one of the following forms and scan/email as an attachment to email@example.com. If you don’t have the facility to send digitally please post to: Live Promotions Events Ltd, Riverside Quay, Double Street, Spalding, Lincolnshire, PE11 2AB. Tel: 01775 768661.
Downloadable forms -
To download a contractors handbook form, click here
To download an autojumble trade booking form, click here
To download a general trade booking form, click here
To download a Land Rover Industry booking form, click here
To download a a Club application form, click here
Before you submit your form, please ensure you have read our exhibitor terms and conditions here
Warning to Exhibitors – Exhibition Directory Scams.
Please be advised that the Land Rover Owner International Show has no affiliation with Expo-Guide, Fairguide, International Fairs Directory, or any other listing company that may contact you. Please ignore any contact made by these companies and ignore any paperwork they send you. Do not engage or communicate. It is a scam.
It has been widely reported that companies such as these are contacting exhibitors and sending forms that often look legitimate by including prominent reference to the Exhibition Name and Show Organiser. The form will ask you to confirm basic information which is usually referenced in relation to advertising or listings promoting the Exhibition. However, the fine print on the form sets out a contract for purchasing advertising over a 3 year term at a significant cost. If you sign and return the form, invoices will be sent to you demanding payment.
The Association of Event Organisers has advised not to engage with these types of organisations and to always be sure to read the fine print before signing anything in relation to an event.