Blueprint Operations is presenting operators with an invaluable opportunity to get ahead of the game when it takes its full range of high income generating products on the brand’s annual Autumn Roadshow. Starting in Glasgow on September 4th the Roadshow will make its way south stopping at Haydock (6th September), Birmingham (7th September), Skegness (11th September) and Great Yarmouth (12th September). During week commencing 18th September the Roadshow will make its way along the South Coast with a series of ‘by appointment’ gatherings with seaside operators.
Expanding on the initiative which has become an important diary date on the industry calendar, Nicola Wallbank, Blueprint’s Director of Sales and Account Management said: “This will be our third Roadshow and as usual we will be taking a full complement of product including our brand new Bullion Bars Multiplayer which has been earning rave reviews from operators wherever its’ been sited. Bullion Bars will be accompanied by the Wave+, Auroramax+, Ultramax, Alphamax and the Alpha Trio – a collection which comprises the industry’s top income performers. Our sales and support teams will be on hand throughout the Roadshow with product and technical training available.”
Nicola Wallbank believes that roadshows are an important method of reaching out to customers and complement larger industry-wide events such as EAG. She said: “Roadshows add great value for our growing customer base and enable us to get out in front of the industry spending quality time in an environment where operators can familiarise themselves with the games and ask any questions.
“Exhibitions are a great opportunity to get everyone together in one room, but you often find the demands of a busy show mean that you are unable to spend quality time with customers. As well as being able to play the latest content across all cabinets and sectors the Roadshow has been structured to allow operators to sit down with our machine experts and explore how we can help to maximise their Blueprint machine income.”
With the summer season closing and the industry entering into the last third of the year the focus is shifting to the build-up to Christmas. “September is when operators start thinking about the remainder of the year” stated Nicola. “If orders are placed at ACOS in late October it puts pressure on guaranteeing a pre-Christmas delivery which is why the Roadshow is an important opportunity for us to showcase product as early as possible, and for customers to make informed buying decisions and get ahead of the game.”
For more information and to register attendance visit: www.blueprintoperations.com/2023roadshows/