Thank you to The National Trust, The London & Devonshire Trust, The Chettiscombe Trust and R Frankpitt & Sons without whose help and assistance the show could not take place.
If you would like to become a sponsor for 2019 please contact the Show Organiser on 01884 820859 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Mid Devon Show is one of the largest one day shows in Devon and has become a well respected event within the industry. We aim to produce a quality event that is also friendly and welcoming to all of our visitors whether they may be exhibitors or members of the public. The event attracts approximately 15,000 people who are a discerning cross-section of the public with considerable spending power. The event is a highlight in the local social calendar.
Working flexibly with our Sponsors enables us to tailor individual packages to suit each one’s needs ensuring that their objectives are achieved and even exceeded.
Nearly all of our Sponsors return year on year. Sponsorship of the Show provides a range of benefits. Special privileges and concessions can include the opportunity to promote your company and/or product to a large targeted audience.
Benefits can include the following:
Advert in the Show Programme and/or Schedules
Commentators can highlight your involvement
Prize giving opportunities
Pre-Show, Show and Post-Show press coverage
The Mid Devon Show can deliver an intelligent audience and the right ambience to promote your brand at a well known and highly regarded event organised by the Mid Devon Town and Country Show Society (registered charity number 1029231)
The Mid Devon Show is actively promoted and targeted at both town and country audience groups. Leaflets are distributed throughout the region via Tourist Information Centres, local businesses, Farmers’ Markets and via the Mid Devon District Council to local parishes.
Extensive press advertising takes place using all of the local papers in the area and this includes Exeter and Taunton in our coverage.
The Mid Devon Show is also promoted extensively on local radio stations.