SFN Expo goes from strength to strength
Scotland’s largest fitness and nutrition show has grown for the third year in a row after another wildly popular event at the Scottish Event Campus over the weekend.
The show, which attracted over 7,000 visitors, has outgrown its original roots at the SEC as it continues to expand its content and footprint. Since the event’s inception in 2014, visitor numbers at SFN have nearly doubled.
This year’s event brought in The World’s Strongest Man, Eddie Hall, amongst a plethora of world famous fitness industry superstars. The event has also grown from an experiential perspective, hosting participation Les Mills classes, yoga classes and weightlifting workshops from Eddie Hall himself amongst many other fitness and nutrition-based activities.
Speaking of his show’s growth, Neil Maclean commented: “It’s amazing to see the show continue to grow. It highlights the strong demand for events of this type in Scotland. The SEC have been a fantastic support to me since the show launched, and I look forward to working with them in the coming years.
“Content is absolutely everything to the show and I’ve tried to keep it as fresh and interactive as possible. I want everyone to feel like they can come to the show. Fitness comes in all shapes, sizes, ages, genders, interests and goals and I hope to cater to them all.”
Angela Smith, Business Development Manager at the SEC, added: “SFN is a great show and, with Neil being the sole organiser, it’s really encouraging to see the event grow each year. We’ve seen the show evolve from day one and are looking forward to seeing where it can go in the future.”