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Orlando travel package for PGA Merchandise Show

12.40am 24th November 2009 - Exhibitions & ConferencesTravel - This story was updated on Wednesday, March 17th, 2010

PGA Merchandise Show

Virgin Atlantic, in conjunction with top golf tour operator Destination Golf, has put together a flights and accommodation package for PGA Professionals wishing to attend the 2010 PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando on 27-30 January 2010.

Prices start from just £609 for return flights and four nights accommodation in the five-star resort at Rosen Shingle Creek in Florida, based on two people sharing a room.

The Virgin Atlantic flights depart from Manchester or Gatwick and fly direct to Orlando on 27 January 2010, allowing plenty of time to settle into the hotel before the Show doors open the following morning.

A single room supplement of £40 per night is also available, as well as competitive prices on car hire and local golf on request.

The PGA Merchandise Show is the largest golf show in the world with over 1,000 exhibitors giving the golf professional the ideal opportunity to network on a global scale. The show is set out over 10 miles of aisles and has 1 million square feet of interactive exhibits, product demonstrations and industry presentation space.

PGA Professionals also have exclusive access to the world’s largest outdoor demo day set out on a 42 acre driving range during the three-day event.

Over 40,000 PGA Professionals are expected to attend the 2010 PGA Merchandise Show, now in its 57th year, making it the ideal opportunity to discover, learn, resource and drive the golf business into the 2010 season.

PGA Professionals can take advantage of this Virgin Atlantic offer by calling Hayley on 02380 248248 or email Michael@destinationgolf.co.uk

PGA Merchandise Show www.pgashow.com

       

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