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Change of identity as Fleet Motor Show widens its appeal

THE Fleet Show is changing its name to reflect its growing importance to the motor industry as a whole. Next year's event will be known as the Fleet Motor Show and will again be held at the world-famous Silverstone Grand Prix Circuit on April 29 to May 2.

Following another highly successful show this year, planning is already at an advanced stage for next year's event. The show offers business managers the opportunity to view and test drive the latest cars and vans and compare a wide range of services for users of all kinds of company business.

The 1996 show attracted more than 10,000 visitors who test drove around 500 vehicles and visited almost 200 display stands at which all the leading industry players were represented in the purpose-built exhibition hall. The 1997 event will be the 15th show and is already promising to be bigger and better than ever before. Entrance is again by ticket only and registration forms will be available in January.

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