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    Lowes joins Rossetts at NEC Commercial Vehicle show

     

    Date: Thursday, April 24, 2014 Lowes joins Rossetts at NEC Commercial Vehicle show Voltcom Crescent Suzuki racer Alex Lowes will be joining the team’s commercial vehicle supply and maintenance partner Rossetts Commercials at the Birmingham NEC for The Commercial Vehicle Show on 30th April, to support Rossetts, meet visitors to the stand and answer questions about his first season in the eni FIM Superbike World Championship. Rossetts, the team’s provider of its state-of-the-art Mercedes Benz Actros 1845 LSnR tractor cab, will be exhibiting in partnership with temperature-controlled vehicle body specialist Coolertech to highlight three innovative and highly-engineered fridge-bodied vehicles in the partnership’s range. A FUSO Canter 7C15 Eco Hybrid, a recently-launched 3.5-tonne Sprinter mounted AiroSprint and a Mercedes Sprinter Euro VI insulated panel van will all be on show at stand 3D128, in Hall 3a, throughout the three-day event. Lowes, and Voltcom Crescent Suzuki Team Manager Paul Denning, will be visiting the Rossetts / Coolertech stand on Wednesday 30th April and will be on-hand for photo and autograph opportunities, a question-and-answer session and if you’re lucky they may even serve you an ice-cream! Tickets for The Commercial Vehicle Show 2014 are free upon registration, for more information please visit  www.cvshow.com     http://www.crescent-motorcycles.com/about/contactus.asp

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