CONTACT appointed official Media Partner for Australian Warrior Expo

CONTACT announced earlier this year our delight at being appointed the official Media Partner of the Australian Warrior Expo.

The Australian Warrior ExpoAWE – is a premier Australian law enforcement, military, emergency services and security expo that will run over three days at the Brisbane Showgrounds from 15-17 November 2018.

Australian Warrior Expo is Australia’s only expo for front-line professionals in law enforcement, military, fire and rescue, first responders and security and will be the premier event to view operational equipment, the latest products and gear, and to meet manufacturers and distributors.


Sales of exhibitor spaces at Australian Warrior Expo are selling well, with a host of familiar names on board – including event Platinum Sponsors Leatherman and Ledlenser and Gold Sponsors 5.11 and Outdoor Tactical.

In fact, as of mid April, more than 50% of exhibition floorspace is already sold!

If you are someone who wants to exhibit at AWE – or more importantly, should be exhibiting at AWE – then I recommend you get in quick, because space is limited and seems to be filling up pretty fast.

You can keep an eye on the growing list of exhibitors here, find exhibitor information here or contact the AWE team here.

As a true partner to AWE, CONTACT will naturally advertise the expo as widely as we can in the lead to the event – as you would expect – but we have also promised our new partners that we can and will do a whole lot more than just advertising.

As our first big gig of this kind, it is very important to CONTACT that AWE is a huge success. So, I hope we can count on the CONTACT fanbase to support us in promoting and attending AWE.








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Posted by Brian Hartigan

Managing Editor Contact Publishing Pty Ltd PO Box 3091 Minnamurra NSW 2533 AUSTRALIA

One thought on “CONTACT appointed official Media Partner for Australian Warrior Expo

  • 31/12/2017 at 12:26 pm

    Can’t wait for this! About time something like this happened in Oz!


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