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Retail giant returns to Scottish Golf Show

12.15am 8th February 2008 - Exhibitions & Conferences

Following a very successful partnership in 2007, the Scottish Golf Show is delighted to again announce american golf as the preferred retailer for this year’s show.

The arrangement will see American golf, the largest specialist golf retailer in the country with 69 stores across the UK and Ireland, operate the golf shop throughout the three-day event, which takes place at the Royal Highland Centre in Ingliston from 4th – 6th April.

At 420sq.m. this year’s american golf shop is almost a third bigger than it was last year, when it was enjoyed by the vast majority of the near 15,000 people who attended the show and american golf’s Stuart Livingstone is confident that the new, larger shop will be as big a hit this year as it was 12 months ago.

“All of us at american golf are very much looking forward to another successful Scottish Golf Show, following the huge success of last year,” said Livingstone. “We fully expect there to be as many – and hopefully more – visitors than there has been before and rest assured that american golf will provide our unrivalled range of hardware, clothes and dedicated show bargains.”

Scottish Golf Show director Tom Lovering commented, “I am delighted to welcome american golf, Europe’s No.1 golf retailer, back to the Scottish Golf Show for 2008. To have the support of such a well-established and well-respected name such as theirs adds even further credibility to the show and, if last year’s success is anything to go by, customers can look forward to the greatest choice of products and a whole host of bargains, too.”

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