Safety Devices Announces First Land Rover 'Rollover Weekend'

Factory tour, off-roading, free camping and discounted products

Safety Devices, the company behind the roll cages and roof racks used in the Camel Trophy and Land Rover G4 Challenge expedition series, has announced details of its inaugural, free-to-attend ‘Landy Rollover Weekend’ on June 25-26, featuring a packed schedule of events and a host of special offers just for Land Rover owners.

The event, which will be held in and around Safety Devices’ headquarters in Soham, Cambridgeshire, will include factory tours to see how the company’s extensive range of Land Rover roll cages and roof racks are designed and manufactured. All those attending will be offered significant discounts on any Safety Devices Land Rover products purchased during the two days.

Visitors will also get a chance to put their 4x4s to the test, as each ‘Landy Rollover Weekend’ pass comes with half-price entry to the Wild-Tracks off-road centre located near Newmarket, Suffolk (see www.wildtracksltd.co.uk for more details).

The ‘Landy Rollover Weekend’ includes free camping facilities near to the Soham facility and a live band providing on-site entertainment on the Saturday evening.

All those interested in attending should notify Safety Devices in advance by email - sales@safetydevices.com.

All applicants must supply name, address, contact details (phone, email etc), confirmation of the number of people attending and a registration number for any attending vehicles.


Published : 30/04/05 Author : Melanie Carter

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