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  • 88% ABC1 audience
  • 61% female - 39% Male
  • Average household income: £55,589 (2009 - £46,551)
  • 75% own or are buying their own home
  • 64% of visitors do not attend other shows
  • 40% of 2010 attendence were first time visitors
  • Individual average spend at the 2010 show: £1,398 (2009 - £480)
  • Total spend at the 2010 show reached £350 million

Not my bold.....interesting the average household income and the individual average spend..

might pop along with Mrs Loo for some easy dreaming

http://www.idealhomeshow.co.uk/exhibiting/

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'kin 'ell

That should be a decimal point not a comma.

The 'average' visitor p's half a month's take home up the wall in one day! Pull the other one.

Edit: I've got it! One of the exhibitors was selling bullion :rolleyes:

Edited by mitchbux

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Visitor Profile

  • 88% ABC1 audience
  • 61% female - 39% Male
  • Average household income: £55,589 (2009 - £46,551)
  • 75% own or are buying their own home
  • 64% of visitors do not attend other shows
  • 40% of 2010 attendence were first time visitors
  • Individual average spend at the 2010 show: £1,398 (2009 - £480)
  • Total spend at the 2010 show reached £350 million

Not my bold.....interesting the average household income and the individual average spend..

might pop along with Mrs Loo for some easy dreaming

http://www.idealhomeshow.co.uk/exhibiting/

...predict this will be a bad year for them...

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...predict this will be a bad year for them...

Ticket sales must be down - Money Saving Expert gave away 20,000 tickets via their email a couple of weeks ago. If people are reluctant to shell out £13 for a ticket, I doubt that the average spend will be £1,398....

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  • [*]75% own or are buying their own home

Not much point going if you're a tenant, which will also keep me 1400quid better off. Can't afford too many shopping days like that.

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Not much point going if you're a tenant, which will also keep me 1400quid better off. Can't afford too many shopping days like that.

theres loads of things there for tenants....like, all your favourites shopping channel stars and products.

I looked at the exhibition profile for the celebrity chef theatre....didnt recognise any names on it apart from who appeared to be sports people.

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Do they do twigs?

whole gardens of twigs.

grow your own twigs, have your twigs delivered, twigs you can send to your family abroad, commercial grade twigs and temporary twigs for home sellers.

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whole gardens of twigs.

grow your own twigs, have your twigs delivered, twigs you can send to your family abroad, commercial grade twigs and temporary twigs for home sellers.

Don't forget the low cost 'twiglet' range for renters who aspire to own their own home.

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Don't forget the low cost 'twiglet' range for renters who aspire to own their own home.

I must say I have a vested interest in the above post.....but Ill release the news early just for HPC posters.....watch out for the patented, precision, reasonably priced, yet 100% effective device for quality home hunters.

See It on Stand BL69,....and ask for, by name, the famous, Bloo Loo, twig detector.

Yes, you can now attend a viewing and the the detector will whizz past the Assetz agents' BS, and direct you straight to the twigs you want to see......save time and refuse to step further than the front garden gate, if the detector shows a no show!.

special show price...terms and conditions apply.

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Don't forget the low cost 'twiglet' range for renters who aspire to own their own home.

Just so long as they don't put the vase too close to your (rented) wall and scratch the (rented) paint. There goes the deposit.

Edited by Diver Dan

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