APEX Chateau Neercanne party on 14 September

By Maria Hadlow02 September 2011

The Chateau Neercanne party, traditionally held during the APEX aerial platform exhibition, will take place on Wednesday 14 September, the first evening of the exhibition.

The party is an extremely popular part of the show held at a charming location.

"The Neercanne party has always been the social focal point of the exhibition," said James King, managing director of KHL Group, which is jointly organising the exhibition alongside Netherlands exhibition specialist IPI (Industrial Promotions International). The event includes all manner of entertainment and excellent catering.

Coaches leave from the exhibition centre after the show to convey you to the Chateau and return to various locations following the event.

Some tickets are pre-allocated but exhibitors can buy extra tickets for their customers or colleagues from the organiser's office on the build-up days or on the first day of the show.

Tickets cost €190 and are usually in great demand so nip along to the organisers early to avoid disappointment. Entry to the event is by ticket only.

If you have been allocated tickets and do not intend to use them, please either give them to customers, other exhibitors or return them to the organisers.

We look forward to seeing you at the Neercanne Chateau.

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