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Something for everyone at ‘Sportsturf Ireland‘

12.30pm 26th September 2003 - Exhibitions & Conferences

‘Sportsturf Ireland‘, the biennial trade show that is organised and run by the Golf Course Superintendents Association of Ireland (GCSAI), is the shop window of the Irish grass maintenance industry and will be staged in the Main Hall and the new Shelbourne Hall of the RDS in Dublin on Wednesday 12th and Thursday 13th November.
With over 80 exhibitors covering every aspect of the trade it will be the largest event of its kind in the country.
The show offers something for everyone involved in turfgrass management whether it is landscaping, sports grounds, golf courses, parks and amenity areas or even domestic lawns. Every aspect of the industry will be covered from sophisticated mowing equipment, aeration kit, grass seeds, chemicals, organics, sands and top dressing to college education and many, many more.
To avoid repetition, Sportsturf Ireland is run on a two-year cycle. All leading international turfgrass machinery manufactures will have their latest models on display with technical staff on hand. New products and attractive show offers and pre-season deals will be a discussion point on many of the stands. Several companies are exhibiting for the first time at Sportsturf Ireland, therefore adding a completely new dimension to the show.
Admission to the exhibition is free and the opening times are:

  • Wednesday 12th November 10am – 6pm
  • Thursday 13th November 10am – 5pm

For further information regarding the show contact Tracy Coburn of GCSAI
Tel ROI: 048 406 22655, NI & UK: 028 406 22655.
e-mail tracy@gcsai.org
For a full list of exhibitors visit the GCSAI website www.gcsai.org

       

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