Quadrant2Design help Mercedes-Benz Club stand out at the Lancaster Insurance Classic Motor Show

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Mercedes-Benz Club will be exhibiting at the Lancaster Insurance Classic Motor Show with a brand new stand from Exhibition-specialists, Quadrant2Design.

Mercedes-Benz Club will be exhibiting with a Prestige Exhibition Stand from Quadrant2Design

Mercedes-Benz Club will be exhibiting with a Prestige Exhibition Stand from Quadrant2Design

Throughout the 20th century, Mercedes-Benz has dominated the automotive engineering industry with the most innovative, beautiful designs, from archetypal classics to family staples.

Like any iconic figure, Mercedes-Benz has established a faithful following over the years, and these passionate enthusiasts have established some of the most renowned clubs in the world.

The Mercedes-Benz Club was founded in 1952, making it the oldest club, for the marque, in the world. Ronald Johnson was behind the founding of the organisation. With a passion for the 1920’s supercharged Mercedes, Johnson decided that he and those like him, needed a group in which they could discuss the beautiful vehicles, appreciate other’s, and enjoy the cars for what they are truly worth.

This year will see the organisation exhibiting at the Lancaster Insurance Classic Motor Show. The UK’s biggest indoor show dedicated to Classic Cars and Bikes, the Lancaster Insurance Classic Motor Show takes place at Birmingham’s NEC from 13th to 15th November 2015. Featuring an array of privately owned classic vehicles, a plethora of experts including Ant Anstead and Fuzz Townshend, and the world-renowned Silverstone Auction, the exhibition is the leading event of its kind, and a must for any classic vehicle enthusiast.

With their best ever stand, designed and created by the Poole-based contactors, Quadrant2Design, The Mercedes-Benz Club will be showcasing their renowned facilities and knowledge, as well as selection of beautiful vehicles, including a 450SEL 6.9 and the ever-stunning, and always adored, 300SL Gullwing.

All new members who sign up to the club at the show will have the £5 joining fee waived as well as receiving a Meguiar’s Gold Class Cleaning kit worth £25. And for those who are already members, they will have free use of the club’s exclusive café, serving a range of tea, coffees and biscuits, where they can catch up with club news, all located within the new modular stand.

To discover more about the Mercedes-Benz Club, or to become a member, visit stand 420 in hall one, at the Lancaster Insurance Classic Motor Show, or log on to http://www.mercedes-benz-club.co.uk.

For a complimentary design consultation from Quadrant2Design, contact designteam(at)quadrant2design(dot)com.

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