Bournemouth Coastal BID will be hosting Boscombe’s new vehicle festival – Motors By The Sea with Paragon skills as the headline sponsor between the 14th – 16th September 2018.
The three-day festival aims to bring the community together and promises to deliver a spectacle for all car enthusiasts, whilst promoting some of Boscombe’s beautiful surroundings.
Taking place on Boscombe Precinct from Friday 14th until Sunday 16th September, the Motors By the Sea Festival will showcase exciting displays to wow all car enthusiasts. The event will also give local motoring fans a platform from which to showcase their talents, network and gain knowledge from collectors and industry experts alike.
Headline sponsor, Paragon Skills, will hold a sub-event as part of the Motors by the Sea festival at their Bournemouth Technical Centre on Ashley Road. Taking place on 15th September, the event will feature a number of their employer-partners from the automotive sector, who will be showcasing their motors and specific areas of expertise.
Paul Clarke, Bournemouth Coastal BID Chairman and Cluster Manager Hallmark Bournemouth Hotels, said:
“Bournemouth Coastal BID and Boscombe’s business community are delighted to be supporting this inaugural festival. With the involvement of strong local partners, like Paragon Skills, we hope the first Motors By The Sea festival will be a fun weekend for the local community, bringing more visitors into Boscombe and increasing footfall.”
Sarah Galli, Paragon Skills Marketing Manager, added:
“We are very excited to be the headline sponsor of the new Motors by the Sea Festival. It will provide us with a great opportunity to showcase our Automotive centre of excellence to new potential apprentices thinking of entering the motor industry, and to create awareness of our wider apprenticeship curriculum across many sectors locally and nationally. As part of the festival, we will be showcasing the work and services of many of our employer partners from the automotive industry. We hope to see many car enthusiasts and people from the wider conurbation of Bournemouth at the festival.”
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