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Fast food show's recipe for success.

AN EXHIBITION in Coventry will be expanding this summer after cooking up a storm around the world.

The Fry Fast Food Show 2012 is moving into the Ricoh Arena's Jaguar Hall One when it arrives on Sunday September 16.

The show, which is now in its 15th year, will have more than 80 stands showcasing the latest food, equipment and services to outlets ranging from fish and chip shops to mobile caterers.

Organisers say they have already registered more then 1,000 visitors for this year.

Serena Bracken, from organisers Pybus Events, said: "The Ricoh is great for growing events because of its flexibility.

"We started off quite small in our first year but we are getting bigger and bigger and the Ricoh has the facilities to be able to accommodate our growing needs," she said.

"We have arranged to take more space in the Jaguar Exhibition Hall because we have already sold 50 stands and it means we can grow."
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Publication:Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)
Date:May 7, 2012
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