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BUSINESS LIFE: Venue show a hit at the double.

COVENTRY and Warwickshire's renaissance as a must-visit location was highlighted when CV One booked a stand at The National Venue Show.

The destination management company which promotes Coventry and Warwickshire for tourism was forced to book a second stand at the NEC between September 14-16 after being deluged with interest from local conference hotels and venues eager to showcase the region to event organisers.

CV One will be joined at stands J31 and J46 by The Jaguar Arena, Coventry, Ashorne Hill Conference Centre in Leamington, Ardencote Manor Hotel in Claverdon, the Britannia Royal Court Hotel in Keresley, Woodland Grange Training and Conference Centre in Leamington, the Heritage Motor Centre in Gaydon and Rugby Borough Council.

Penny Tyler, marketing manager for CV One, said its partners had top- of-the-range facilities to encourage organisers to hold their corporate events, training courses or exhibitions in the region.

"Coventry and Warwickshire is continuing to undergo a renaissance which is backed up by the amount of success we have enjoyed at The National Venue Show in recent years," she said.
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Date:Aug 31, 2004
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