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International Golf Travel Market announces new host destination for 2010

12.40am 20th November 2009 - Exhibitions & ConferencesTravel - This story was updated on Wednesday, March 17th, 2010

Reed Travel Exhibitions has today announced that the location for the 2010 International Golf Travel Market will be the Valencia region in Spain.

For the last two years IGTM has been staged in Andalucía, attracting its strongest attendance in the twelve year history of the event. By returning to Spain in 2010 the event expects to once again attract a strong attendance as well as offer an opportunity for delegates to experience another exciting Spanish golf destination.

Mark Walsh, Reed Exhibition’s Group Exhibition Director said, “Attendance at IGTM is more important than it has ever been; offering the international golf tourism industry the ideal forum to get together to do business and discuss ways to overcome the current economic challenges.

“The Valencia region has been selected as the Host Destination for IGTM 2010 as it provides all the necessary requirements to attract the most comprehensive international attendance as well as stage a successful business exhibition. The Valencia Region offers an excellent infrastructure, state of the art exhibition centre, easy accessibility as well as of course a great golf product to present and I am confident IGTM 2010 will take the event to the next successful level.”

Valencia was chosen due to its convenient location and top golfing pedigree. The region offers an impressive amount of top golf courses stretching from Castellon in the north of the region of Valencia to Alicante in the south which includes the popular golf courses of Torrevieje.

IGTM 2010 will take place from 15-18 November.

International Golf Travel Market www.igtm.co.uk

       

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