PRECISE Group to exhibit

PRECISE Group to exhibit at 16th Dubai Entertainment, Amusement & Leisure Exhibition Dubai World Trade Centre
25 – 27 April 2010

UAE based PRECISE Trading is exhibiting for the first time at the 16th Dubai Entertainment, Amusement & Leisure Exhibition 2010 (DEAL) Dubai, introducing new product lines to the leisure industry.

PRECISE will demonstrate efficient and economical revolutionary concepts for speedy personalisation of gadgets and electronic devices as well as licensed products and services for outdoor entertainment complexes such as water and amusement parks at DEAL 2010 taking place at the Dubai World Trade Centre from 25 – 27 April 2010.

Instant Skin is a revolutionary concept that allows instant personalisation of gadgets and electronic devises including mobile phones, computer mouse devices, iPods, game consoles, cameras and laptops. The equipment will be on display throughout DEAL 2010 with the opportunity for visitors to witness first-hand the effectiveness and speed of the service. A stock image library is available for customers to select their design, or any digital image of their choice can be printed on the transparent film using specially formulated ink and vacuum wrapped instantly.

PRECISE will also be exhibiting Body Art by Airtoo™ - a temporary, pain free airbrushed tattoo lasting up to 5 days with over 350 designs for instant application. Big Squirt!®is yet another entertainment favourite – a water toy ideal for outdoor venues, amusement and water parks. Comments Managing Director Lothar Hohmann:
“PRECISE offers a wide range of mementoes, corporate gifts, trophies and other high end wholesale and retail products and services for the entertainment and leisure industry. We are looking forward to the opportunity offered by DEAL 2010 to meet with current and prospective clients, potential distributors and re-sellers as well as future partners. No other exhibition affords us similar opportunities to meet with such a wide range of potential business associates from around the region and worldwide.”

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