Golf Industry Show 2018

2018-02-03 - 2018-02-08
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Business Development Manager
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800-933-4262 ext. 212
With hundreds of exhibitors spanning thousands of square feet of exhibit space, the GIS trade show gives superintendents, owners, technicians and other golf facility professionals the opportunity to network and discuss the latest products and services in turf and facility care. The show floor also includes special features such as presentations from the Trade Show Stage, the New Product Showcase and 2017's "Inside the Ropes," an interactive demo area that showcased new products such as bunker liners and electric mowers. In addition, attendees can take advantage of free education on the trade show floor with Answers on the Hour, Tech Tips on the Half and the Dr. Is In.
Attendee information

Golf Industry Show attendees can expect a wealth of resources to help them before, during and after the event. Be sure to take advantage of all the pre-show planning tools released each fall, including the Attendee Justification Resource, which guides you through the steps for communicating to your employer about the importance of attending the Golf Industry Show. Numerous on-site GCSAA and NGCOA member services are available each year as well, including career development resources, the merchandise and bookstore, Silent Auction and the international resource center.

Exhibitor information

Learn more about the exhibit, advertising and sponsorship opportunities available to you at GIS. The golf and turf management industry's largest trade show, this two-day event is the best place to strengthen and expand your network of facility decision makers and industry professionals.

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