The 2010 Brisbane Motor Show in Queensland, Australia, is canceled for the second year in a row, this time due to a lack of exhibitors for the June 2-6 event. Show organizer Expertise Events Pty. Ltd. says there is not enough content lined up to stage a show that would meet public expectations, despite its efforts to accommodate manufacturers and dealers. Among the moves, Expertise Events changed the date from February to June, lowered exhibitor fees, cut the length of the exhibition ...
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