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Plymouth telecoms company dials up support for MTV Crashes Plymouth

7th February 2017

Plymouth telecoms company dials up support for MTV Crashes Plymouth

Tamar Telecommunications has been announced as Event Partner for MTV Crashes Plymouth 2017.

The Plymouth Science Park headquartered telecommunications company provides a range of business telecom products and services designed and manufactured by their in-house team of technical engineers.

Kevin Christoforou, Company Director of Tamar Telecommunications said: “As a Plymouth based company we’re proud to be Event Partner for this year’s MTV Crashes Plymouth. Supporting large events like this is integral for the growth of our city and as a thriving and successful business we are delighted to be part of 2017’s event which promises to see thousands of people gathered on the Hoe for two days of standout music.”

Last year’s MTV Crashes Plymouth event saw the likes of music heavyweight Jess Glynne, Rudimental and Steve Aoki take to the stage, with 2017 promising even more top acts on days one and two of summer’s hottest music event.

Jamie Yabsley, Events and Marketing Manager for Plymouth City Council said: “MTV Crashes Plymouth is one of our most popular city events and I’d like to thank Tamar Telecommunications for signing up to be Event Partner for 2017. Tickets are in high demand for this year, and we’re looking forward to another sell out event this July.”

Tickets for MTV Crashes Plymouth go on sale on Friday 10 February and will be available via the Ticket Store on 0845 146 1460 or www.theticketstore.co.uk. More information about the event can be found by following @MTVPlymouth on Twitter or on the MTV Crashes Plymouth Facebook page.

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