It’s almost show-time again and the Saturn Imagineering team is getting excited (aren’t they always!)

Yes the Euro Attractions Show (EAS) 2014 starts on September 23rd and the guys can’t wait to be a part of the colourful melting pot that represents all aspects of the worldwide attractions industry. Fresh from successful completion of their latest design and install project a new 4D cinema experience at Wookey Hole, UK and with other projects in progress across the seas, MD Simon Pickard and his team are looking forward to meeting up with partners, clients and old friends once again and inevitably will happily get to know plenty of new faces too as everyone gets up to speed with what’s going on around the globe.

Saturn has so many strings to its bow these days and there’s always something fascinating going on so why not head to the Saturn stand where the chat comes as easily as the free advice & information. If you want to gain a bit more insight into the possibilities for the plans and ideas you have or even pause for thought mid-project and chat through the options available then there could be much to gain from dropping in on the Imagineering team.

SATURN IMAGINEERING – HALL 7 – STAND 7345

EAS 2014 AMSTERDAM – SEPTEMBER 23rd to 25th 2014

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