BBC Celebrities Travel First Class To The BBC Good Homes Show

Ford Galaxy will be showing the stars of the BBC how to travel first class when it makes its appearance at the BBC Good Homes Show at the Birmingham NEC from 8th-11th May 2003.

Visitors to the Show will get to see Galaxy come to life in the Show Home Village and demonstrate its versatility along Inspiration Avenue whilst on the show stand you can experience a special display of Galaxy's multimedia features that will keep the kids amused for hours! Ford Galaxy will also be helping the Good Homes Show celebrities get to the show on time by providing a first class chauffeuring service.

Amanda Crabtree, Sponsorship Manager for the Show said "We are delighted to have Ford on board; the Galaxy is a perfect fit for our visitors and Galaxy is a car many would aspire to own. They will get the opportunity to really experience it at the show."

"Visitors to the show will be able to see why the Galaxy has become the car of choice for a growing family up close and personal. The comfort and quality you would expect from a luxury car can be experienced alongside the functional and entertainment features," commented Christine Blissett, Galaxy Brand Manager.

At the show you will also find ideas and advice whether it's home improvement or gorgeous gardens that take your fancy, as well as tasty samples in the Food and Drink Village and great shopping opportunities for stylish and unusual buys. See you there!

Published : 30/04/03 Author : Melanie Carter

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