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Fish Guangzhou 2011 InvitationThe 2nd Guangzhou International Fishing Fair 2011

March 3rd - 5th, 2011

China Import & Export Fair Pazhou Complex

No. 382 Yuejiang Zhong Road, Haizhu District, Guangzhou, China

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Exhibit at Fish Guangzhou 2011


We cordially invite you to attend the premier event for the fishing tackle industry in South China.


The event focuses on fishing tackle and will feature the fishing tackle industry's largest and most successful companies, as well as start-ups ready to become players in the industry--featuring new, innovative technologies and fresh business concepts.


Over 20,000 total visitors are expected at the show–including all levels of fishing tackle agents, dealers, import and export traders, wholesalers and distributors; Large-scale fishing club, outdoor sport, health club, operating units and chain institutions; Government agencies, schools and industry- related organizations, associations, media, etc.


We look forward to seeing you there!


Would like to be the exhibitors?

Call us at 86-15989002639 or email us viaSales3@grandeurhk.com.


Interested to be the visitors?

Download the "VIP VISITOR APPLICATION FORM" and send back to us after you have filled out the from.


Guangzhou Grandeur Exhibition Service Co., Ltd

Joanna Deng, Overseas Organizer

Direct Line: 8620-22106416



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can you pick me up and bring me home? OH and knock me up a passport.

never mind just send over a bunch of stuff its cheaper :thumbs:

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