Raises Funds For The RDA At Show
the three days, the team on the BETA stand were not only working
hard gain new members and talk to visitors,
part of the 25th Anniversary staff also helped to raise money for
the RDA with a number of innovative competitions and draws.
BETA Brain Box challenge which asked entrants to answer 10 questions
about BETA over the last 25 years went down well with many entries
all wanting to win a host of prizes kindly donated by exhibitors.
included TopSpec Equine, Matchmakers International, Vale Brothers,
Zilco, Horsehage, Pegasus Health, Thorowgood, FBI, Air O Wear, Feedmark,
Hill Brush Company, PI Associates/Poly Pads, Weatherbeeta.
was also the chance to win of a day with top international event
rider Ian Stark which was kindly donated by main Trade Fair sponsor
for the last four year's, Merial under their Eqvalan brand.
deadline on the competitions has been extended until March and the
winners will then be announced.
of the Best Large Stand Award, Matchmakers International donated
their prize, a fabulous hamper bursting with goodies, from The Forest
Wine and Hamper Company Ltd, to BETA for the association to use
as a prize.
Executive and Secretary Claire Williams said: "We are very
grateful to Matchmakers International for their generosity.
three days for BETA were excellent, we had a new stand which worked
extremely well, sponsored the coffee shop and had an enormous number
of new enquiries about the work of the association."
Seminar Proves Popular
this year's Trade Fair, BETA ran one of its popular and in depth
training courses on worming products.
was well attended with nearly 20 delegates all wanting to learn
more about the latest developments in this constantly growing sector.
Chief Executive and Secretary Claire Williams said: "We were
very pleased with the numbers on the worming course and holding
a seminar at BETA International each year is certainly something
we will look towards continuing."