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Event company targets 'unsafe' display ramps

Auto retail event and display company Showroom Events, is warning dealers of illegal and unsafe copies of its SeeSaw display unit which are appearing on forecourts.

The company is investing £100,000 to support the action of its subsidiaries, and to prevent use of the pirate copies.

The company is also offering to replace these with genuine units at cost price so dealers are not left without display support.

Danny Lee, Showroom Events director, said: "The £100,000 fund was agreed by shareholders to fight UK copyright issues and protect our image. We hope to remove unsafe 'copy' displays, which do not abide by Health & Safety law, from dealer forecourts.

"This will protect dealers from possible heavy fines and remove the public risk of injury."

Dealers are advised to check badges on the side their displays and send an email to if these are missing or they feel they have been 'duped' by a manufacturer.

Showroom Events can quickly identify legitimate units while offering to environmentally remove unsafe copies and replace with genuine units at cost if required.

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