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Company Van Tax with the TomTom @ WORK Breakfast.
Blackburn, United Kingdom - Wednesday 14th November 2007.
Seminar / workshop

GP Fleet Solutions are hosting a breakfast meeting to demonstrate how you can best manage company van tax laws. FREE Breakfast and a chance to win a TomTom. Presentations for HMRC and TomTom. Also you will have the chance to view the latest Mercedes vans and Sortimo vehicle racking.

AND ITS FREE.

Date(s):
Wednesday 14th November 2007.

Time(s):
7:30 to 9:00am (GMT) Greenwich Mean Time; Dublin, Lisbon, London

Venue:
Ciceley Commericals Blackburn Lancashire

Program:
Three short presentations, FREE breakfast.

Ticketing:
FREE

Contact for booking / more info:
Please register at www.tomtomatwork.co.uk

http://www.tomtomatwork.co.uk
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