Brown & Watson International (BWI) has won the ‘Best Stand over 100m² Award’ at this year’s National 4x4 Outdoors Show, Fishing and Boating Expo, making it two years in a row for the Projecta and Narva brands.
Once again the stand impressed the judges with its combination of innovative new products, interactive exhibits, and displays of two fully equipped Ford Raptor and Ranger vehicles demonstrating real world product application.
Adding to the experience was a camping theme including a mock campfire to emulate a typical outdoor recreational experience.
Projecta’s side of the stand was eye-catching and included a caravan cutaway fitted with the new INTELLI-RV Power Management System. This innovation demonstrated how the owner could manage all of the caravan’s lighting and electrical features from a set of controls on a nearby plinth.
Also on display for Projecta was a range of solar panels, inverters, dual battery systems and jump starters, equipment that certainly makes the camp site a lot more convenient.
Attracting considerable attention across the large stand were the camp-ready Narva and Projecta vehicles, which have been heavily upgraded with Narva and Projecta goods as well as general 4x4 accessories from well-known industry suppliers.
The Projecta Ranger showed this vehicle’s open canopy which was equipped with a comprehensive and neat fit out of Projecta products including inverter, battery monitors, lithium DC/DC charger and other power equipment.
BWI Marketing Manager, Jake Smith, said the team was extremely excited at being recognised for its stand by event organisers.
“We put a lot of effort into last year’s show with the aim of engaging attendees and providing them with something more than just ‘show and tell’ which people can get from the website,” Jake said.
“This year we had a similar philosophy, to keep our stand experience fresh and interactive for show goers, and I think this struck accord with the judges.
“We’re ecstatic to have been recognised for best stand over 100m² for two years in a row, but the pressure’s now really on for next year’s event,” he said.