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american golf is NEC Golf Show’s retail partner

8.22am 6th August 2009 - Exhibitions & Conferences

Visitors to November’s NEC Golf Show will be able to benefit from a host of exclusive deals on offer from american golf.

The award-winning retailer has once more signed up to be the event’s official retail partner and will stock a store measuring more than 500 sq.m. for the three days of the show which will give golfers some great show-only promotions.

It will not be the first time american golf has taken thousands of clubs and a full range of accessories and apparel to the NEC having been present at the 2007 and 2008 shows, in addition to partnering sister event the London Golf Show on four occasions.

Stuart Livingstone, american golf’s retail operations director said: “We’re already excited about the NEC Golf Show and looking forward to working with the Golf Show Group again. Their events are a great way for us to get in front of lots of golfers and our special offers always prove extremely popular.”

Golf Show Group chief executive officer Colin Brunton said: “american golf is Europe’s largest golf retailer so there was no hesitation when it came to renewing our partnership with them. I have no doubt that once more they will provide a first-rate store choc full of everything a golfer could want with some great deals to be had. Every year they’ve been involved the store has been one of the most popular areas of the show and I’m sure they’ll be doing their utmost to make that true again this year.”

The NEC Golf Show takes place at Birmingham’s National Exhibition Centre from 27-29 November and will showcase everything golf from big brand equipment to the latest gadgets and the best places to play.

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