December 2022

Alpine Rally and Show Works Announce “FanZone”

The organisers of the Lock & Load Alpine Rally of East Gippsland are excited to announce the creation of the “Alpine Rally FanZone”. This is an exciting new concept for the 2021 event.

Rally fans will be able to access event information, merchandise, sponsor information and see a display of historic cars from Alpines of the past. As well as this there’s the important things like great coffee and an area to relax and mingle with old friends, competitors and other spectators in a beautiful location on the Lakes Entrance Foreshore.

This exciting new development has been made possible by generous sponsorship from Show Works.

Show Works enjoys a reputation throughout the Arts and Entertainment industry for exacting standards and is proud to say they have provided support to a huge range of major events that have come to Australia in recent years. Show Works counts amongst its clients some of the sectors peak bodies.  The Australian Ballet, The National Museum of Australia, ACMI and Western Australian Museum Boolabardip are all serviced by Show Works unique range of offerings.  Theatre Scenery, Museum Fit-outs and Showcases and their Australian designed and made Dance Equipment range have been distributed right across the Country. 

Show Works versatility and Industry standing are a perfect fit for the Alpine Rally

Managing Partner Paul Lahiff said: “This opportunity to provide sponsorship to the longest running motorsport event in Australia was too good to let go.  I get to combine my passion for rallying as a competitor with showcasing our creative and exciting activities at Show Works.

“We see the Alpine Rally as being one of the pinnacles of Australian motorsport with its rich history and the list of champions that have succeeded in taking victory and we are proud to be associated with this heritage.” Commented Paul.

Stay tuned for more details about this exciting new development.

More about Show Works at showworks.com.au

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