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LEXI&BÖ AT INTERDIVE 2015

There are only a few days until the InterDive 2015 in Friedrichshafen. Visit us at our booth
11/09/2015 11:00

STARTING THE FINAL SPURT FOR THE FIRST REAL TRADE FAIR PERFORMANCE

The next few days are going to be exciting again. Just one more week to set up our stand for InterDive 2015. However, we are well prepared. At Boot Dusseldorf we only had a time span of 36 hours from admission to start of the trade fair. This time, you see, we have apparently all the time of the world. Let's get down to it and wait and see! :)

WE WANT TO HEAR YOUR OPINION

For several days, we were thinking about whether to participate in the fair or not? In the end, we have opted for the InterDive in Friedrichshafen at Lake Constance as we believe that this is a wonderful opportunity of having personal chats with you.You can reach us – willing to listen to your questions and feedback – from Thursday 17th September until Sunday 20th September at our stand No. 96. Come along or send us a preferred date via e-mail to hello@lexibo.com.

InterDive is the first trade fair at which we can present our finished Lexi&Bö t-shirts. We want to leave our shell and present what we have achieved since our crowdfounding campaign in March. At the same time, it will be a wonderful opportunity to design our future with you.

We are looking foward to seeing you!

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