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Première Golf business events

12.50am 19th November 2004 - Exhibitions & Conferences

The 2nd Première Golf Resort Conference (21st-22nd February) will be followed by the inaugural Première Golf Retail Conference (23rd -24th February). Both will present an exciting line-up of top class speakers and presenters for the delegates.
The conferences are gaining support from many areas of the golf industry, most recently from the PGA, which has agreed to award 50 CPD points (25 points per day) for each of the two-day conferences.
The Première Golf Resort Conference already has sponsorships and endorsements from E-Z-Go, Ashworth, the Andalucian Golf Federation and Crown Car Hire. “These industry associations do much to assist in the promotion and success of the event,” said director Robert Fairbairn. “The importance of communication and discussion between different sectors of the same market should never be underestimated. Première Golf events are designed not only to provide informative and educational resources for industry professionals, but also to create an environment for business networking.”
The first Première Golf Retail Conference has got off to a flying start and has been supported by the British Golf Industry Association and True Temper golf shafts as well as by a number of retail specialists such as American Golf Discount, Nevada Bob and Tartan Golf International. Already a number of top names in European golf retail business have confirmed they will be attending the event.
In the next two weeks the full programme of speakers for both events will be announced as well as a number of new sponsors. Companies requiring information on the range of sponsorship and support packages available should email
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