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London exhibitors sign up early

1.30am 4th October 2005 - Exhibitions & Conferences

More than 100 exhibitors have already signed up for next year’s London Golf Show, which runs from April 27-30 at ExCeL-London in Docklands. This comes as a major boost to officials who have vowed to make it “even better” than last year’s successful debut show.
London Golf Show marketing director Andy Barwell said, “We are delighted with such a great early response from our exhibitors. You have to have something to offer potential exhibitors and visitors, and the London Golf Show has exactly that.
“It is packed with a wealth of great innovations and informative, fun and interactive stands and features that are aimed at the golfing public – everything from improving your game with swing and putting aids to making a splash on the ‘floating green’ and from the largest indoor driving range in the world to sourcing and booking a holiday pretty much anywhere in the world.
“The numbers we had through the doors at ExCeL-London this year vindicated our decision to take the plunge with the London Golf Show initially – and we aim to make it even better next year.”
Among new features, organisers say next year’s show will include multiple floating greens moored in the Victoria Dock after the success of this year’s undoubted star attraction, while golf-mad visitors can ‘try before they buy’ on the big driving range. Direct Golf UK, which provided the biggest golf shop in Europe at this year’s show, has also confirmed its place next April.
For more details about next year’s London Golf Show, contact marketing director Andy Barwell on 01227 700859, or the sales team on 020 7793 9611.

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