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Première Golf at Marbella again in 2003

12.05am 8th January 2003 - Exhibitions & Conferences

Première Golf is endorsed by the Professional Golfers Association and supported by Tourismo Andaluz, the Costa del Sol Tourist Board and the Municipal Government of Marbella. The organisers are about to embark on a drive to encourage more buyers from all over Europe to attend the show.

“We are delighted to announce that Première Golf 2003 is to be held in Marbella for the fourth year in a row and feel sure we can build on the success of last year’s show,” said Première Golf 2003 director, Robert Fairbairn. Première Golf 2003 is to be staged at the Marbella Congress Palace on 4th – 6th November.

“I have spoken to a number of potential exhibitors and buyers and they have been very supportive about what we want to do,” he continued.

“We plan to expand on the programme of seminars and conferences that we inaugurated last year and also to build up our successful VIP programme.

“Last year we had a record number of visitors but we would like to think we can build on that by attracting more visitors from Germany, Sweden, France, Holland and the other leading markets in Europe.

“Première Golf is already well on the way to becoming Europe’s leading golf trade show but it can only be a truly European show if we succeed in making it more multinational.”

Première Golf 2003 finishes the day before the Volvo Masters Andalucia starts at Valderamma meaning that visitors can extend their visit to watch the European Tour’s flagship event. Golf is also to be organisers for visitors on the day after Premiere Golf 2003 closes.

For further information about Première Golf 2003 contact Robert Fairbairn Tel. +44 (0) 1491 572062.

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