Wednesday 23 November 2011
Nicolas Pasquier, Marketing Director at Agence Mercure France will be amongst the several members of the Mercure team to be meeting with partners and customers at the Paris Boat show starting December 3rd in Paris.
This annual event has become a must for everyone that wishes to discover the new models in the nautical world. Mercure will be meeting with some of the 1,200 exhibitors and shaking hands to Mercure customers that are also boat lovers and that will be amongst the 200,000+ visitors that are expected.
Contact Nicolas Pasquier (firstname.lastname@example.org) to meet during the first days of the show and celebrate Mercure’s 75th anniversary with a ’Coupe de Champagne’.
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