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Seymour Alternative Farming Expo

The Seymour Alternative Farming Expo has become one of the most recognised Expos in Rural Victoria. Thousands of people gather to attend the three day event each February. The yearly Expo continues to build traction and grow, supporting the wider community and town of Seymour since beginning in 1991.…

It’s Middy’s Seymour’s second year participating in the event, showcasing an impressive range of the latest and most innovative product offerings in CCTV, Security and Lighting.

Well supported by our knowledgeable TechEnergy staff, the Expo was represented by John Mahoney and Tony Turnbull from TechEnergy. They also provided their expertise with live product demonstrations and informative information relating to Smart Homes and Energy Smart Solutions.

Regional Sales Manager, Chris Day and Branch Manager, Wes Tennant both had their hands tied, managing a large uptake of customer interest in the services Middy’s supplied as well as general product enquiries. All the team were able to assist and give advice, offering technical solutions to the general community and product recommendations for customers living in and around the Seymour region.

The Middy’s Mascot featured in the fun, brightening up the day and keeping the general public entertained. Our mascot posed for a few photographs with the kids and the local contractors as they got closer to the Middy’s Gazebo, fully stocked with products and display boards at site number C6.

It was a privilege for Middy’s to attend and showcase our product and service offerings for the second year in a row at the Seymour Alternative Farming Expo. We opened up new market opportunities within the farming sector to showcase local presence by our supportive branch and senior staff members. Assisting in the continual growth and development of contractors in rural regions of Victoria.

This article was originally featured in our quarterly Middy's MAG #18 Jun - Aug 2017 Edition. Read Latest Issue

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