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Record-breaker signs up for London Show

12.30am 9th February 2006 - Exhibitions & Conferences

The Berkshire-based Golfbreaks.com reported record results for 2005 – which coincided with their presence at the inaugural London Golf Show at ExCeL last April – with sales up by 25 per cent.
Golfbreaks.com is the UK’s leading provider of golfing breaks, tours and holidays, with over 350 venues throughout the UK, Ireland, France, Portugal and Spain. And in 2005 the company, which is now in its eighth year of trading, organised and sold golfing trips for almost 100,000 golfers.
“It’s been another phenomenal year for Golfbreaks.com,” said Golfbreaks.com managing director Andrew Stanley. “We’re seeing the business go from strength to strength as more golfers discover the benefits of having their golf break tailor-made for them.”
Golfbreaks.com is not only exhibiting at the London Golf Show – which returns to ExCeL from April 27-30 – it is also working closely with the event’s organisers on joint marketing initiatives.
The London Golf Show’s marketing director, Andy Barwell, said, “We are delighted to once again be working with Golfbreaks.com. We enjoyed a mutually beneficial relationship in 2005 and we are looking forward to taking that a stage further in 2006.
“Golf travel is a huge market, but it is continuing to expand – and that is reflected in the number of resorts and golfing destinations exhibiting within the travel area of the show.
“And companies like Golfbreaks.com are at the forefront of the development of tailor-made packages.”
In addition to showcasing all its latest offers, for the duration of the show Golfbreaks.com will be offering the chance to win a three-day golf break for four to the five-star Westin Turnberry Resort in Ayrshire.
London Golf Show www.londongolfshow.com

       

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