Triumph and Infinity Motorcycles have both received awards for their exceptional stands at Motorcycle Live. Visitors to the UK’s biggest bike show, which took place at The NEC, Birmingham in November last year, voted in their thousands to decide the most popular displays and experiences at the nine-day event.
Triumph took an impressive clean sweep of the manufacturer awards, claiming the accolades of the ‘Best Manufacturer Stand’ and ‘Best Manufacturer Experience’. The British company was praised for an impressive presentation of its 2017 machinery and the high level of customer service and knowledge shown by the stand staff.
The third and final award, for ‘Best Non-Manufacturer Stand’, was presented to Infinity Motorcycles, whose retail space in conjunction with Oxford Products offered clothing and accessories from all the top brands.
“We are delighted to win both awards and receive the positive feedback, not only about the stand itself but the service provided by the team,” said Martin Hough, Triumph Marketing Manager, UK & Ireland. “We look forward to meeting existing and new fans, and demonstrating our exciting range of motorcycles, clothing and accessories at events throughout the year, with Motorcycle Live always being the major highlight.”
Rob Puttick of Infinity Motorcycles added: "I am really pleased to receive this award on behalf of the Infinity team. We had an absolutely fantastic show and this is just the icing on the cake."
Over 113,000 bike fans visited Motorcycle Live 2016 over nine days, enjoying displays from 43 of the world’s leading manufacturers and over 200 exhibitor stands and retail outlets, as well as 19 FREE live events and features.
Make a date for your diary for Motorcycle Live 2017, at The NEC, Birmingham from 18-26 November.
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