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BGIA Has Free Meeting Space for UK Exhibitors at PGA Merchandise Show

10.44am 15th January 2015 - Exhibitions & Conferences - This story was updated on Thursday, January 15th, 2015

BGIA Back Drop BannerThe British Golf Industry Association (BGIA) is pleased to announce it will be operating a business lounge at the PGA Merchandise Show. The show which runs from January 21st – 23rd brings the world of golf to Orlando, Florida at the start of the year. This will be the fifth consecutive year that the BGIA have attended.

The BGIA will be situated on stand 2985 which is in the ‘Golf Products and Services’ Hall. UK exhibitors and BGIA member visitors will also have access to the ‘BGIA Business Lounge’ facility which includes:

  • Free meeting space
  • Free cold drinks
  • Free drinks reception on Wednesday 21st January

The BGIA has again worked closely with UK Trade & Investment to provide 25 SME’s with a £2,000 TAP Export Grant to assist with their exhibition costs. The 25 companies are:

Adventures In Golf, Bonnie Wee Golf, DCG Global, Explanar, Executive Golf and Leisure, Golf Tech Ltd, Golphinforkids, Golf Tourism Scotland, Hatton Textiles, Highland Golf Links, Links Golf Tours St. Andrews, Macdonald Cardrona Hotel, Meldrum House, Nippon Shaft, Peter Millar, Professional Golf Europe, Saltire, Second Hand Golf Clubs, SGB Golf Magazine, Stamp Your Balls, Stewart Golf, Swing Check, TwoThumb, The Village at Machrihanish Dunes and Wizza. For further information on these companies visit

The BGIA is the lead trade body representing UK manufacturers, wholesalers and distributors of golf products and services.

British Golf Industry Association

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