Resellers have another chance to bring their customers along to see the world’s largest plasma display as the 103in high-definition Panasonic display concludes its European tour in the UK this week.
Panasonic distributor Midwich is helping to close the tour, which left Panasonic House in Bracknell in June.
The Panasonic Lorry will be back in Bracknell tomorrow, then at BBG Distribution in Hertfordshire on 8 August and finally at the City of Manchester Football Stadium on 10 August.
Darren Lewitt, divisional director at Midwich, said: “Midwich is proud to conclude the European tour. Resellers should not miss out on the opportunity to bring their clients along to see the 103in and the new 10 Series of professional plasma displays in 42in, 50in, 58in and 65in formats.”
Aimi Sellars, European marketing executive at Panasonic, said: “This type of event is ideal as both an education tool and first-hand experience for our resellers.”
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