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BGIA has Largest Presence Ever at the PGA Merchandise Show 2013

10.21am 18th January 2013 - Exhibitions & Conferences

BGIA logoThe British Golf Industry Association (BGIA) is proud to announce its largest presence ever at the PGA Merchandise Show 2013. The show which runs from January 24th – 26th brings together the world of golf at the start of 2013. This will be the third consecutive year that the BGIA have attended.

The BGIA will once again be fronting a dedicated UK Exhibitor Pavilionon stand 2253. It is situated in a central location in the ‘Products and Services’ section of the show. The association has attracted an impressive six UK exhibitors to this area: Brand Fusion; QOD Golf; MY SP Golf; Grip Aid; Steelsy G-Rip; and Powerbug

UK exhibitors and BGIA member visitors will also have access to the spacious ‘BGIA Business Lounge’ facility which includes:

  • Free Wi-fi access
  • Free meeting space
  • Free coffee
  • Free drinks reception on Friday 25th January at 5pm

The BGIA has again worked closely with UK Trade & Investment to provide a record 20 SME’s with an £1,800 TAP Export Grant to assist with their exhibition costs. In total twenty British companies have received grants: Brand Fusion; QOD Golf; MY SP Golf; Grip Aid; Steelsy G-Rip; Powerbug; Executive Golf; Highlands Golf; Indoor Golf Company; Nippon Shaft; Awesome Golf; Peter Millar; Links Golf Tours St Andrews; IJP Design; Bonnie Wee Golf; Bridgehall; Adventures in Golf; Pop-Up Banners; Powertee; and Golf Tourism Scotland

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

BGIA www.bgia.org.uk

PGA Merchandise Show www.pgashow.com

       

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