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Big increase in exhibitors at Première Golf

11.00am 6th July 2001 - Exhibitions & Conferences

Première Golf 2001 is 85% sold out four months before it is due to open at the Marbella Congress Palace on 13th November. This means that as things stand Première Golf 2001 is guaranteed to have 65% more floor space than at the inaugural event in November 2000 and that figure will rise.

Première Golf 2001 will have a distinct international flavour because it has already attracted exhibitors from as far afield as France, Spain, Germany, the UK, the USA, Denmark, Holland, Taiwan, Italy, Sweden, Ireland and Switzerland.

Virtually all of last year’s exhibitors have booked space at Première Golf 2001 and they will be joined by a number of new exhibitors of the calibre of Ping, Wilson, Cutter and Buck, Sunderland of Scotland, Srixon, One-to-One with Greg Norman, Refit Golf, Izzo, Matchmakers International and Westgolf.

“We are delighted that almost all of last year’s exhibitors have decided to book space at Première Golf 2001 and feel sure that all the new exhibitors will find it just as beneficial,” said event director Robert Fairbairn. “What we wanted when we set up Première Golf 2000 was to create a Show that was successful on a business level but also gave visitors the chance to relax, talk to each other, and enjoy a bit of golf.

“We would like to think that we were successful in that aim and hope that we can go on to make the Show even better year.”

Première Golf 2001, which is owned by Reed Exhibition Companies, the company that stages the PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando, Florida, starts on Tuesday 13th November 13 and runs to Thursday, 15th November. On the following day exhibitors and buyers are invited to take part in a number of golf events arranged at five courses in the area.

Première Golf 2001 Tel: 44 (0) 1491 572062

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