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Deadline for PGA Show registration savings nears

11.23am 15th November 2019 - Exhibitions & Conferences

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Industry professionals attending the 2020 PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando, have until the end of the day on November 18 to register for free at PGAShow.com. In addition to event registration, PGA Show Education Conference registration is also open, offering early pricing incentives at PGAShow2020.com/education.

The PGA Merchandise Show, which takes place from January 21-24, attracts nearly 40,000 golf industry professionals from around the world and nearly 1,000 participating golf companies and brands to Orlando.

From November 19, PGA Professionals and Allied Association members can continue to register at no charge, while other industry personnel will incur a $50 registration processing fee from then until January 20, and a $195 fee when registering at the PGA Show. Non-exhibiting manufacturers and golf industry suppliers will incur a $750 registration fee.

In addition to event registration, PGA Show Education Conference registration is open offering early pricing incentives, with savings up to 25% for bookings made before November 19. Additionally, PGA Members can save with a ‘Buy One, Get One Free’ offer for full conference registration for an additional PGA Member or industry professional employed by the same facility. PGA Associates receive a 50 per cent discount on all education registration. Online registration for single-session, single-day and full-conference and all-access passes is now available at PGAShow2020.com/education.

PGA Professionals are able to earn more than 40 MSR credits through participation in the PGA Show Education Conference, additional PGA Show Week educational programming, and various PGA Merchandise Show and PGA of America programs.  MSR credit details are available at PGAShow2020.com/education.

Savings on PGA Show official hotels, plus additional travel discounts, are also available through Dec. 3, 2019, at PGAShow2020.com/Hotel-Travel.

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