Family first for Wembley show

May 1998
Marketing Event;May98, p8
Reports on the replacement of Response Exhibition's Baby Show by Wembley Family Extravaganza, Wembley Events' first in-house show. Event sponsors; Remarks from Damian Hall, Wembley Events' marketing manager; Target age group of the show.


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