Hooked on first trip to showcase
THEY might be first time stallholders to the Sunshine Coast Home Show and Lifestyle Expo but these business owners have quickly reaped the rewards.
Southern Fish Marine, a marine mechanics company who service the Coast, were already confident to have joined up.
“It is our first time here and we are loving it so far,” co-owner Wendye Tennant said.
“We wanted to promote our re-power centre and our service centre for the marine industry. We have just opened a workshop up.
“Being so close to the entrance we are lucky and loving it so far.
“There has been a lot of interest in our display motors, customers looking to upgrade an engine.
“We have actually had a lot of people tell us they didn’t know about us or where we are from. But they do now.”
The Tennants’ pop-up store is one of 220 strong, from all things adventure, motoring, boating and outdoors at the Kawana Sports Precinct.
Australian Events’ Bob Carroll said it was not to be missed.
“We have a huge 85m long air-conditioned pavilion that will house over 100 indoor home and lifestyle displays,
❝Being so close to the entrance we are lucky and loving it so far. — Wendye Tennant
while outdoors will see larger displays of pools, tanks, patios, solar and more” he said.
“Expect to see everything from outdoor adventure displays, the very latest in caravans and camper trailers, through to boats, kayaks, motorhomes and vehicle accessories.”
THUMBS UP: Southern Fish Marine co-owner Wendye Tennant at the Sunshine Coast Home Show and Lifestyle Expo.