Readers, advertisers and the general public are invited to visit the How It Works stand and meet the team behind this phenomenally successful magazine. The stand will feature some fascinating displays on the show’s major aircraft, including cutaways of planes such as the Spitfire, Lancaster Bomber and Avro Vulcan, along with a free 16-page mini magazine packed with entertaining facts and detailed aeronautical information for every visitor. There will also be the chance to buy current and back issues of the magazine, choose from the growing portfolio of books, annuals and DVDs and win an iPad in the prize draw.
“How It Works is proud to be exhibiting at Bournemouth Air Festival. With some of the world’s most breathtaking technology on display and over a million visitors in attendance, this is the perfect platform for How It Works magazine to reach its readership,” explained Editor in Chief Dave Harfield. “This magazine has always maintained a strong focus on awe-inspiring engineering, and the Air Festival has that in abundance. This will be a great opportunity for existing and potential readers to connect with the magazine, while witnessing some of the most amazing aircraft displays in the world.”
Lucy Nash, Head of Subscriptions, added: “We are very excited about How It Works being part of the Bournemouth Air Festival 2011. This event is the perfect place for the team to meet the readers, seek out new ideas for articles and showcase the wide range of How It Works products. I’m especially pleased with the free mini magazine we will be giving away during the festival, as it highlights the great content that How It Works offers.”
The Bournemouth Air Festival is the largest free event of its kind and runs from 18-21 August. The How It Works stand will be located near Boscombe pier in the 1.5 miles of trading space on the Bournemouth seafront.
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