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Isle of Man Stamps and Coins and Manx National Heritage take pole position at the TT Grandstand for 2014 Festival


Due to the enormous popularity of Isle of Man Stamps and Coins products during the TT with visitors, the team has this year decided to join together with Manx National Heritage to take their celebrated products to the TT Grandstand. Over the TT fortnight the two businesses are teamed up under one roof in a tent positioned close to the press centre. Here they join the many other merchandise stalls and outlets of the TT village as well as acting as the official tourist point for the tens of thousands of visitors to the Grandstand.

Members of the Stamps and Coins team are on hand to provide their professional knowledge and expertise to interested visitors and are exhibiting current stamp and coin issues for sale, of which the following special Isle of Man TT Races Motorcycling memorabilia are included - John McGuinness Special Folder, smiler sheet and coin celebrating his First 20 Wins, Joey Dunlop 'Yer Maun collection', Geoff Duke folder and Michael Dunlop TT2013 Tarmac.  In addition to this, Manx National Heritage is promoting a stylish range of Manx themed gifts, visitors can also purchase a Holiday Pass which gives unlimited access to Manx National Heritage sites across the Island.

Furthermore, Isle of Man Stamps and Coins in addition to its regular products is also providing a range of complimentary services for the enormous amount of visitors, including on site cash back and internet ordering services, a free order online 'post to home' service and a 'click and collect' service.

Isle of Man Post Office branches will also be offering a 20kg for £20 postal service to the UK throughout the TT fortnight and will continue to offer its in-branch 0% foreign currency services.

Maxine Cannon, General Manager of Isle of Man Stamps and Coins said: "The TT is a spectacular world famous motor-racing festival and we are delighted to be part of the events taking place at The TT Grandstand this year. Each TT brings thousands of visitors from across the globe to soak up the atmosphere and spectate at the races here on the lsland. There really is nothing else quite like it and we are so privileged that it takes place each year on our door step."

Debby Oatts, Head of Retail and Business Development at Manx National Heritage said: "Our first year at The Grandstand is very exciting and we are delighted to be working with Isle of Man Stamps and Coins.  Manx National Heritage is so proud to promote the Island's heritage from the heart of the TT in addition to the fabulous sites on the Island."


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