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The Business of Lighter-than-Air Flight - Thursday 25th September 2014

Lecture

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A unique opportunity to hear from the owner and founder of the most popular, most experienced and largest manufacturer of hot-air balloons in the world.

Date and Time

25 September 2014 - 19:30-21:30

Location

Cheltenham, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)

Organiser

Joint Event.


About this event

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Don Cameron Balloons is the world's largest hot-air balloon manufacturer established in Bristol over 43 years ago. 

As well as conventional balloons, it has developed the technology to produce world famous balloon shapes including Disney's Fantasia Castle, trains, trucks, shoes, cars, bottles, cans, and numerous animals.

This talk will explore the technology and manufacturing involved in hot-air balloons.

This event is being held jointly with the local Royal Aeronautical Society.

Programme

Refreshments available from 7.00 pm.

The talk itself will kick of at 7.30 pm

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Additional information

Donald Cameron, like many entrepreneurs is a dreamer, but through his ability, commitment with his dedicated and experienced staff, he has succeeded in making Cameron Balloons Bristol, a globally
recognised brand.  

To find out more about Don Cameron - click here

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