The Golf Trade Show has announced the industry’s major manufacturers and suppliers will, once again, be exhibiting at Europe’s largest retail and education event, in the Harrogate International Centre on 6-8 October 2015.
The Golf Trade Show 2015, featuring a bold and modern new branding, is now in its sixth year and is open to PGA professionals across Europe. Attending delegates will be able to conduct business with more than 60 of the industry’s leading brands throughout the three-day event.
Major hardware manufacturers to feature at Golf Trade Show 2015 will include: Bridgestone, Callaway, Cleveland Golf, Cobra PUMA, Lynx, Mizuno, PING, TaylorMade, Titleist, Srixon and Wilson.
In addition, many of the industry’s leading golf fashion and footwear brands will be exhibiting including: Ashworth, ECCO, FootJoy, Glenmuir, ProQuip, Royal & Awesome, Sunderland of Scotland and Sunice.
Alongside the major manufacturers, the event will provide a showcase for a wide range of additional products and services, from golf cars and trolleys to GPS devices, plus training aids and batteries to ball-tracking monitors.
John Davis, Golf Trade Show event manager, said: “There is no other opportunity in Europe for green grass golf retailers to view the latest and full ranges of the industry’s biggest brands and for the first time, non PGA members are able to register and attend for free as well.
“The Golf Trade Show remains committed to providing the best value for attending delegates and with so many of the leading golf brands supporting the exhibition, 2015 is sure to meet the high standards the industry has become accustomed to.”
To register to attend the Golf Trade Show visit www.golftradeshow.co.uk and click on Register.
To view the full list of brands exhibiting, visit: www.golftradeshow.co.uk/exhibitors/2015
To find out more about The Golf Trade Show 2015, visit www.golftradeshow.co.uk or follow @GolfTradeShow on Twitter and Like The Golf Trade Show on Facebook.
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