PGA Merchandise Show 2018

Date
2018-01-24 - 2018-01-26
Organizer
Exhibitors
1100
Floor Size
362000
Attendees
43000
Event contact title
Event Director
Event contact first name
Marc
Event contact last name
Simon
Email
msimon@reedexpo.com
Event contact telephone number
203-840-5378
Description
Join us at the golf industry’s leading event, where PGA Professionals & Golf Industry Professionals gather to discover the latest trends in golf equipment & technology, apparel & accessories. At the PGA Merchandise Show you can attend the world’s largest Outdoor Demo Experience, discover revolutionized education sessions taught by world class golf instructors, network with industry experts and much more. The PGA Merchandise Show is a trade-only event for qualified golf industry professionals ONLY. Attendance at the PGA Show Demo Day is RESTRICTED to PGA Professionals and affiliates of the golf industry (buyers & sellers of golf related products and services).
Attendee information
Who Should Attend: - Golf Industry Professionals - Buyers for Golf Facilities and Courses - Golf Course Owners, Presidents, and Managers - PGA & LPGA Professionals, International and Domestic - Assistant PGA Professionals and PGA Apprentices - Golf and Pro-Shop Owners and Managers - Golf Coaches and Instructors - Directors of Golf - Students and Entrepreneurs of the Golf Industry - Golf Tournament Directors and Organizers
Exhibitor information
Why Exhibit: The PGA Merchandise Show plays host to the biggest week of golf business, providing you with the Ultimate Golf Experience and: - Interact face-to-face with thousands of golf industry professionals from around the world - Develop profitable relationships with new retail partners - Reconnect with current customers, dealers and reps - Introduce new products and services—it’s the number one thing attendees are looking for - Gain greater visibility for your company & increase your market share - Enhance and grow your brand image

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