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Exhibition and Retail Display Specialist in Johannesburg and Cape Town.

With more than 9 years' experience, Red Bellwether specialises in the design and manufacture of award winning exhibition stands in Johannesburg and Cape Town. Taking into consideration your budget, we will strive to set you apart from your competitors by focusing not only your unique display requirements but also the message your company wishes to communicate to its prospects. Our highly experienced design team, factory staff and project managers guarantee winning results each and every time through meticulous planning and a positive can-do attitude!

 

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Red Bellwether - Exhibitions, Trade shows and Shopfitting

Reunion Island - Wedding Expo

28 March 2016 News
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The Wedding Expo is held yearly in Johannesburg, Cape Town, Durban and provide a flagship wedding shopping experience for South African brides-to-be.

 

 

Red Bellwether had the privilege of once again working with Reunion Island Tourism at the wedding expo. The 6x3 meter custom stand constructed for Reunion Island Tourism was a beautiful example of of the sleek and clean design style used by Red Bellwether. Reunion Island provides a unique tourism and honeymoon destination. With Mauritius being it's closest neighbor, Reunion Island boasts with pristine beaches for bathers, but the islands main attractions lys between it's live volcanos and hiking trails. Reunion is also renowned for it's high mountains and deep valleys, which truly makes this island a unique destination.

 

 

Red Bellwether is focused on bringing the highest quality exhibition solutions to our clients. The satisfaction of Reunion Island Tourism staff at The Wedding Expo was a clear indication that we hit the mark. We wish Reunion Island well and look forward to other shows where they might exibit. We hope to make an even bigger impression with our innovative designs, eys catching stands and excellent service delivery.

 

 

For more info - Visit blog.welcometoreunionisland.com