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Classic Motor Show announces new sponsor

Published 09 May 2013

The Classic Motor Show has signed a multi-year deal with brand new headline sponsor, Lancaster Insurance Services. Held at Birmingham's NEC 15-17 November, the event, which is seen as the season finale, and is the largest indoor event of its type in the UK.

The Lancaster Insurance Classic Motor Show has some exciting initiatives for 2013 which will be rolling out over the coming weeks, including the announcement of this year’s show theme and more on the 30th anniversary celebrations.

Jackie Rahman, marketing manager at Lancaster Insurance Services, said: 'We have arranged classic car insurance for nearly 30 years and the Classic Motor Show has always been a key date in our calendar. We enjoy exhibiting at the Show every year as it provides an invaluable opportunity to speak to peers, customers, enthusiast clubs and new delegates. This year, as headline sponsor, we are eager to provide further support for the Classic Motor Show while re-affirming our commitment to the classic motoring market.'

Classic Motor Show director Dan Nwaokolo added: 'We are absolutely delighted to welcome Lancaster Insurance as headline sponsor of the show.  Clubs, collectors and enthusiasts are at the heart of the show and Lancaster Insurance’s commitment to these groups is a perfect match for the event and I look forward to growing the Lancaster Insurance Classic Motor Show in 2013 and the coming years.'

The Lancaster Insurance Classic Motor Show, held at Birmingham’s NEC from 15-17 November, is the UK’s biggest classic motoring celebration. Spanning eleven halls, visitors can enjoy an estimated 1500 cars and 350 motorcycles on display. Ticket prices start from £18.50 when purchased in advance, with two and three day passes also available. For more information on the Lancaster Insurance Classic Motor Show or Classic Motorbike Show, visit www.necclassicmotorshow.com.

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