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The ultimate after show party


Tomorrow’s Cleaning hosted the ultimate after show event with their Night at the Dogs, Charlotte Taylor shares all...


We all know that The Cleaning Show


took place from 1st – 3rd of March, but the ultimate after-show event was undoubtedly the Tomorrow’s Cleaning Night at the Dogs, held on Tuesday evening (1st March) at the Hall Green Stadium in Birmingham.


Amongst those who attended were thirteen special race sponsors and some very special guests. I would like to take a moment to thank the following sponsors for making the night a true success!


• Disposables UK – The Trevor Storer Memorial Stakes, presented by David Burkill


• Branova – The Branova Classic, presented by Dominic Barnes


• Contico – The Contico Hot Dogs Derby, presented by Vernon Holmes


• Vectair Sytems – The Vectair Systems Classic, presented by Paul Wonnacott


• HTC – The HTC Stakes, presented by Andrew Baird


• U Group – The U Group Derby, presented by David Horsefield


• Truvox International – The Truvox International Classic, presented by Gordon McVean


• Complete Washroom Solutions – The Complete Washroom Solutions Stakes, presented by Robert Woods


• Tomorrow’s Cleaning - The Tomorrow’s Cleaning Classic, presented by Mark Hanson and Clare Gapp


• Selden Research – The Selden Research Stakes, presented by Mark Woodhead


• Tennant – The Tennant Scrub- Sweep Stakes


• ESP – The ESP Derby, presented by Steve Briggs


• Connect Hygiene – The Connect Hygiene Classic, presented by Jonathan Hooper


The sponsors and guests made it a night to remember and there wasn’t a face in the joint that wasn’t smiling or laughing.


I hope that it was enjoyed by all, and, thanks to Peter Vezey (www.prman.org.uk), please enjoy some fantastic photographs from the evening.


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