In response to the thousands of animal lovers who flocked to this year’s event, organisers have announced that London Pet Show 2012 will move to Earl’s Court Two to accommodate demand.
In response to the thousands of animal lovers who flocked to this year’s London Pet Show, organisers QD Events have announced that London Pet Show 2012 will move to the stunning Earl’s Court Two to accommodate demand.
Nicole Cooper, show director from QD Events, said: “The show was unbelievably successful this year and we have revelled in all the positive feedback from sponsors, exhibitors and the public, which has convinced us that visitor numbers will go up significantly in 2012, so we need to make sure we have space.”
Earl’s Court Two in central London, with its enormous, modern hall, will allow the whole event to be held on one floor and offers easy access to the huge crowds of pet lovers expected and an exciting range of new events and activities at the show.
In addition to the competition arena, London Pet Show 2012 will include four zones:
- Discover Dogs (in conjunction with the Kennel Club),
- Discover Cats (in partnership with the Governing Council of the Cat Fancy),
- Discover Small Furries, and
- Discover Pets, incorporating exotics and aquatics.
Each zone will feature its own live interactive and stimulating feature area with demonstrations, talks and activities for that particular pet, plus plenty of shopping opportunities.
Organisers also announced they have secured leading household stain removal brand Vanish as headline sponsor again after last year’s success and the Kennel Club will once more be highly involved with the show.
A high profile visitor marketing and PR campaign is being organised to attract 15,000 visitors to the show. The organisers are working closely with all the major organisations, charities and advisory bodies to reach existing and potential pet owners and are committed to promoting responsible pet ownership and animal welfare.
- London Pet Show 2012 will take place at Earl’s Court Two on May 12-13, 2012.