So the inaugural Man Expo has come and gone. The event featured everything you could possibly need to deck out your man-cave including arcade consoles, alcohol, pool, beer pong and best poker sites tables, as well as stalls for improving your golf swing, and cricketing skills. The expo also focused on important issues such as men’s health and partnered with groups that specialize in the mental, emotional, and physical wellbeing of Australia’s men.
A lot of the exhibitors obviously put a lot of time and effort into their Booths because they looked fantastic and a lot of effort was put into their lay setup. Shannons even had a few classic cars on display including the Gogomobil. The whole exhibition was well laid out, so getting from one booth to another was not a major issue. Overall the atmosphere was great and everyone went out of their way to answer questions and spend some one on one time wherever they could. All the manufacturers seemed excited to be showing off their next-gen products.
The show was well organised and there were ample staff for all the booths and I’m definitely giving a shout out to the Bundaberg Rum bar staff who were happy to hand out a few samples of the new brewed and crafted range.
All in all, if you’ve got a man cave tucked away in the garage, the shed, or even the corner of the lounge room the MAN expo is the perfect place to seek inspiration for the limitless potential that a man-cave could bring to your life and it’s always good to see great causes like man therapy and donate for a mate at the forefront of the expo