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A 'Big' Success


THOUSANDS of motoring enthusiasts helped make the Club's two-day motor show event a huge success this past weekend.


The inaugural Britannia Stadium Big Motor Show, in association with Auto Exchange, saw more than 30 of the region's leading dealers descend to the home of the Potters in the first event of its kind in the area.


There was also live entertainment, a funfair, super competitions and a food court to ensure fun for all the family through the weekend.


Visitors to the EA Sports Hub were also part of the lucky first 1,000 people to play their new upcoming football title FIFA 14.


Commenting on the event, Head of Commercial Andrew Billingham said, "We're delighted to have welcomed so many people to the Britannia Stadium for the Club's first ever Big Motor Show.


"I would also like to thank all of the dealers and partners for taking part and make it all such a fantastic event.


"It proved to be fun for all of the family and we look forward to hosting another event in the future."

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