Local Yorkshire Company celebrates their 30th Anniversary at The National Coal Mining Museum for England

TSP ShowBusiness a small local Yorkshire company celebrated their 30th Anniversary on Thursday 13 November by thanking their customers, suppliers, friends and staff at a function at The National Coal Mining Museum for England.

Born and bred in Yorkshire, TSP ShowBusiness Ltd, an Exhibition and Event Management company, now based in Middlestown, Wakefield, started life in 1984 as a pure marketing and PR company, before customer demand saw them add national and international exhibitions and outside events to their developing portfolio of services in the late 1980s.

The function room was transformed for the special occasion, displaying an array of great pictures and special mementos spanning TSP’s 30 years. This provided the perfect backdrop for Managing Director, Tim Saward to present his speech, in which he talked about the company’s evolution over the past 30 years, and described how the strength of their team has been continued to grow and clients have become friends.

Tim Saward, Managing Director of TSP commented,

“We thought it appropriate to make the time to thank many of the people who have contributed not only to our success over the past 30 years, but also to our continuing existence…..there have been some pretty rough periods over the years!……, and what better way of doing that than inviting them up to Yorkshire to enjoy an evening of Yorkshire hospitality with us…..and of course, a cup of Yorkshire Tea!”

Director of TSP, Jack Saward added, “The National Coal Mining Museum was the perfect location for us to celebrate the occasion. It offered us a unique location that is very ‘Yorkshire’itselfand we are very proud to be from Yorkshire!

But the evening was not just about TSP ShowBusiness, as the company was very keen to use the occasion to raise money for three charities’ and organisations that have been very close to their hearts during the 30 years in business. Over £2000 was raised from the evening’s raffle and auction and will be divided up and shared between Breast Cancer Research, Children in Need and the Ossett and Horbury Rotary Club.

Samantha Melton, Event Sales Coordinator at The National Coal Mining Museum comments:

“It was wonderful to welcome TSP ShowBusiness to the museum to celebrate such a momentous occasion. There was a fantastic spirit and atmosphere for the evening as guests and staff shared memories. The museum always welcomes working with local business and we’re thrilled that TSP’s event was triumphant.”

For press information, images and interview requests please contact Laura Barr at Bonner & Hindley: laura@bonnerandhindley.co.uk; 0113 243 4713

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