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New show secures big names

Published: 31 July 2008
Totally Secure, the new show to run alongside Totally DIY and Totally Tools in January, has already attracted some of the biggest names in the industry.
New show secures big names
The Assa Abloy group has taken space with its Yale Brand, as have Davenport Burgess, Master Lock, Sterling Locks and Total Product Sales.

The launch of the show seems to have struck a chord with exhibitors, all of whom are looking forward to reaching a new type of visitor. Yale marketing manager Stephanie Sullivan said, "we are delighted to be exhibiting at the first ever Totally Secure show. We expect Totally Secure to attract locksmiths as well as the more 'traditional' visitor."

Rex Atkins from Sterling Locks agreed, "For the first time this show will allow suppliers to create a focus around security," he said. It "is a great opportunity for the industry and we are looking forward to the show with great interest."

Organiser Brintex said that more exhibitor announcements would follow shortly, in the meantime for more information contact Paul Grinsell on 020 7973 4734

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