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29 April 2016 | Online since 2003
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Suzuki starts off year by exhibiting at LAMMA


Suzuki GB is preparing to start 2014 by exhibiting the full range of Suzuki ATVs at the upcoming LAMMA show. LAMMA, the UK’s largest farm machinery, equipment and agricultural services show, is being held on 22nd - 23rd January in Peterborough.
Suzuki will also be taking the opportunity to tell customers about some of the promotions currently running, including the free workwear kit promotion for anyone purchasing a Suzuki utility ATV, and the courtesy ATV scheme, designed to help keep customers on the move whilst their ATV is in for service or repairs.
“We’ve been exhibiting at LAMMA since 2004 and it is always a fantastic show for us to start off the New Year. We’re looking forward to what’s shaping up to be another very busy show and would like to welcome visitors to our stand to talk with a member of our team and view the ATV range over a cup of tea or coffee.” Comments Suzuki GB’s ATV Sales and Marketing Manager, Gareth Lumsdaine.
This year Suzuki will also be running a competition on the stand to win a set of Suzuki overalls and bodywarmer. Simply drop by the stand and ask a member of staff for details. Suzuki can be found at the outdoor stand R19.

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