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26 June 2014|News

Kubota warm up for CLA GameFair


Agricultural machinery expert, Kubota UK is preparing to exhibit at this year’s CLA GameFair, the traditional celebration of the British countryside, held for its 56th year at Blenheim Palace later this Summer.

Held between the 18th-20th July, the world’s largest game fair offers a range of attractions for visitors including fieldsports, shopping, food villages and a show circuit where Kubota will be exhibiting.

On the Kubota stand, visitors will be able to see a carefully selected fleet of its market leading tractors and an example from its popular utility vehicle range.

Adrian Langmead, Business and Development Manager at Kubota comments: “The CLA GameFair is a great chance for Kubota to get involved in a celebration of one of the best parts of Britain – its countryside. Kubota machinery plays a big part in the lives of many of those who live and work in the country and a lot of our customers will be here taking part in the event.”


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