Popular 'Club Expo' returns to the new look British Motor Museum

This popular Club Expo event returns to the new look British Motor Museum on Saturday 19 March 2016 from 9am - 4pm. Club and group representatives will be able to enjoy a number of talks and workshops aimed specifically at their needs, as well as visiting the newly refurbished Museum and new Collections Centre.
This event is designed for all motoring clubs & groups. Talks and seminars will take place throughout the day teaching the fundamentals of running a club, making it successful and learning how to attract new members.
There will be an interactive 'Concours' workshop, teaching car judging techniques as well as a social media workshop. Attendees wishing to participate in the social media workshop are encouraged to bring along their laptops or smart phones so that they can fully participate in getting set up on Facebook or Twitter and learn useful website tips.
The event also gives attendees the chance to network and there will be a mix of suppliers on hand, including car insurance companies and other motoring services. A full English breakfast will be served in the cafe from 8:30am - a great way to start the day.
David whale, Chairman of FBHVC (Federation of British Historic Vehicle Clubs) will officially launch their latest research project - the first major survey in five years into the strength of the UK's classic car movement.
Simon Carr, Clubs and Rallies Co-ordinator at the British Motor Museum stated "We look forward to welcoming all Clubs and Groups. This event is all about learning new skills, sharing experiences and networking with like-minded people. It is also a great opportunity to view our new look Museum as well as the superb facilities we have for Clubs to hold Rallies, AGM's and committee meetings."

Each Club is entitled to bring two members free of charge which includes entrance and entry to the Museum. Additional tickets can be purchased at £8 per person.
To find out more information please visit the website at http://www.clubexpo.co.uk or contact Simon Carr by email at

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