Farm Fantastic Expo wants more exhibits

Last year's Farm Fantastic Expo
Last year's Farm Fantastic Expo Vicki Wood

THE Farm Fantastic Expo is looking for some more people to exhibit.

CEO Leanne Carius said the smaller sites remaining could promote smaller businesses in the area that needed the push.

"All business owners know that one of their biggest needs is to get in front of their target market," she said. "You need to be seen and heard by potential customers."

And even unusual businesses are going to exhibit with them this year, including Traditional Funerals.

Marketing manager Michelle Marks said Traditional Funerals were delighted to have the opportunity to attend their first Farm Fantastic.

"Traditional Funerals are looking forward to fielding questions from anyone who would like information on our company, the funeral service we provide or pre-arranged and pre-paid funerals," she said.

The unusual choice was made because of the opportunity to have informal conversations with possible clients.

"Being active in the local community, Farm Fantastic gives us the opportunity of meeting new people and having informal chats. We really enjoy the opportunity for people to be able to approach us in a relaxed environment," she said.

Michelle said showing at Farm Fantastic was a great opportunity to get out there.

"I would encourage businesses looking at having a stand at Farm Fantastic to think of it as a broader way to introduce their products and services in a unique environment," she said.

"We would like to invite all attending Farm Fantastic to feel welcome to come and say hello to us at the Traditional Funerals stand and pick up a free, comprehensive information pack."

When: July 24 - 26

Where: Caboolture Showgrounds, 140 Beerburrum Rd, Caboolture

Info: or 54281851

Topics:  farm fantastic expo small businesses

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