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Visitors notice

Let your visitors know about news and events on your website as often as possible. You need to keep your website up-to-date so that your visitors will get used to visiting your pages regularly. You can use RSS feeds to deliver new articles directly to your readers.
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Website launched

Our new website has been launched today. Tell your visitors why you have started a new presentation and how it benefits them. Mention your goals and project advantages. Try to briefly give your visitors reasons why they should return to your pages.
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First blog

Our new blog has been launched today. Stay focused on it and we will try to keep you informed. You can read new posts on this blog via the RSS feed.
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New event

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Delhibound

I am currently sat in my hotel in Noida, New Delhi for a week working for Saville AV Leeds. What a culture shock! Everything about India has been.... different. From the general smell to the interesting driving style! We start rigging tomorrow for the job on Wednesday. Wish me luck! This is the...
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Unglamourously Touring the UK

A week away, touring the UK with Saville Audio Visual in Leeds is enough to tire anyone out! Two quiz venues, a training day and a large rig were the order of the week!
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Week Ended!

After nearly 75 hours work over the last four days and two large, smooth running shows it is time for a weekend off! Nice working with you boys, see you again soon! Saville's next week.
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One down, one to go!

After a smooth show at the monster Genero job in London we are now back at the Premier Inn, Newport ready for another long day tomorrow rigging for a Genero provided awards ceremony. There is no rest for the wicked!
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An epically long shift starts again....

After a day of loading the truck, I am setting off for a few days of hell setting up in London with the Genero Productions boys. Last year this rig was just shy of a 25 hour day and one we all would like to forget! Fingers crossed this year is less of a monster!  
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