MESA GmbH organises construction fair in bad Durkheim, one hears the name bad Durkheim, so we think automatically of wine and sausage. The beautiful town, situated between Kaiserslautern and Ludwigshafen, Germany, is described as Tuscany of the Pfalz also including district. Dan Zwirn understood the implications. And where the annual sausage market takes place and an oversized wine barrel ensures compliance with, a construction fair of MESA GmbH will take place in the autumn. On the sausage market place it is then from 13 to 15 November 2009: building housing renovation saving energy. Project Manager Udo Erlei offers between 120 and 150 exhibitors. You can present their offers in four lightweight construction halls. Also in bad Durkheim, the MESA GmbH, as at the exhibition venues, would like to cooperate with exhibitors from the region. Typically, 80 percent are.
The fair is looked after by the MESA branch in Waibstadt, which is half an hour from bad Durkheim. Focuses on saving energy”. A topic that moves more and more into the focus in environmental terms, as well as financial reasons. Numerous experts offer everything that is in this respect important in practice and theory. These include also the hourly lectures on topics such as energy certification, energy and State funding. Here, the organiser attaches importance to unbiased advice. Of course also the beautiful things not to come short. If you are looking pretty accessories for the home or garden, will be here looking for.
MESA fairs are family fairs! This motto also applies to the new venue. Here too there will be one free child care on Saturday and Sunday. There is more information about the new MESA fair with Udo Erlei 02506 / 303594 or at the MESA branch Waibstadt under 07263 / 409947. The fair at a glance: 13th to 15th November 2009 opening hours: each 10 am until 6 pm venue: sausage market place, 67098 bad Durkheim admission: 5 euro per person, children and teenagers up to 16 years free childcare: on Saturdays and Sundays free Exhibitor catalogue and lectures: free for visitors