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Motor Show Success

THE FIRST day of the inaugural Britannia Stadium Big Motor Show in association with Auto Exchange was a huge success - with much more to come on day two.

Thousands of people visited the home of Stoke City to view a huge selection of cars displayed by more than 30 of the region's leading dealers.

There was also live entertainment, thanks to Signal 1 radio, a funfair, super competitions and a food court, ensuring fun for all the family.

The same will be on offer on Sunday along with much more, including the EA Sports Hub and a Party Bus, courtesy of Biddulph-based Posh Limousines.

The Big Motor Show is free to enter and there's free parking for up to 1,000 cars.

The following dealers will be in attendance: Mercedes-Benz of Stoke, Evans Halshaw Citroen, Ken Jervis Kia, Motiva, Bristol Street Vauxhall, Platts Fiat, Platts Alfa, Platts Chrysler Jeep, Holdcroft Mazda, Holdcroft Volvo, Holdcroft Renault, Holdcroft Dacia, Bryans Motorcycle Training, C&S Haynes, George Rhodes, Staffordshire Road Safety, Holdcroft Nissan, Holdcroft Chevrolet, Holdcroft Mitsubishi, Holdcroft Isuzu, Holdcroft Subaru, Jigsaw Finance, Victoria Garage, John Beckett - 1960 Capri's, B.S Marson, Auto Exchange, Arnold Clark, Posh Limos of Biddulph, Endon Wedding cars and Stoke Audi.

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