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Home Forums RACCA Forum THROWBACK THURSDAY: ARBS 2006

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    RACCA Australia have published the fifth article in their Throwback Thursday–ARBS Series, with this week’s article focusing on ARBS 2006.

     

    ARBS 2006 has broken all previous records, attracting 7,537 people through its doors last month.

    Exhibition Manager, Sue Falcke, is compiling all the information and statistics and will put together a printed brochure on the results over the next few weeks. She reported attendance figures as:

     

    Monday August 14: 2,424

    Tuesday August 15: 3,245

    Wednesday August 16: 1,868

    Total Attendance: 7,537

     

    Previous attendances at ARBS were:

    ARBS 2000 (Melb): 4,294

    ARBS 2002 (Sydney): 5,845

    ARBS 2004 (Melb): 5,365

     

    ARBS scored a trifecta this year in terms of visitor numbers, exhibitor numbers and the number of technical presentations, seminars and workshops that ran parallel to the event.

    “It was clear ARBS has a firm grip on its reputation as the largest exhibition of its type in the Southern Hemisphere,” Falcke said.

     

    The article can be read in full here: http://racca.asn.au/news/throwback-thursday-arbs-2006

     

    What do you think of ARBS’ growth over the years? Do you think it will grow even more in the years to come? Feel free to login and comment below.

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