Although our crews are regular visitors to the Three Counties Showground in Malvern, at the end of the Summer we added another event installation to our portfolio.
The Morgan community celebrated over a century of innovation and craftsmanship at the first ever Run For The Hills event on 26th & 27th August, with 1,500 Morgans from a 108 year history returning home to Malvern. Danco were very pleased to support the showcase with a range of event structures, ranging from a 25m transparent marquee for the Morgan display pavilion to numerous Chinese hats dotted around the showground.
Morgan cars have long become famous the world over for their unique blend of charisma, quality materials, craftsmanship and performance. Providing quality products and service is an ethos that Danco also live by, as with all of our installations, attention to detail was of the utmost importance.
The Chinese hats are a popular style of structure and can be provided as stand alone trader pods or linked together to make a pop-up bar event space for example. Our transparent, glass roof style, marquees have become increasingly popular recently. The clear roof panels, gables and panoramic window walls allow event organisers to bring the outside in; people are able to clearly see the event attractions and stay dry at the same time!
It’s always a pleasure to work with an organised event team who finalise the details in plenty of time, the team at Morgan Motors provided some very kind words post event too, so thank you!
‘Danco exceeded all of our expectations in helping during the planning, setup and breakdown of our Run For The Hills event in August. They supplied a number of marquees and tents of various shapes and sizes, that all helped towards the quality of the event. They were very easy to deal with and highly efficient, we look forward to working with Danco again.’
Jayne Jones – Events Manager, Morgan Motor Company
Please see our gallery of images from the spectacular event …
(Thank you very much to the Morgan Motors team for providing these images)
This post was written by Laura East