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Top retailer commits to 2010 Scottish Golf Show

7.21am 22nd September 2009 - Exhibitions & Conferences - This story was updated on Friday, November 6th, 2009

The organisers of the Scottish Golf Show have confirmed american golf as the event’s preferred retailer for the fourth consecutive year. american golf will operate the show’s massive shop which, at 575sq/m, will become the biggest golf shop in the country when the three-day event takes place at the S.E.C.C. in Glasgow from 26-28 March.

With 77 stores across the UK and Ireland, american golf is a well-established and respected brand name, and its Retail Director Stuart Livingstone is confident his staff will rise to the challenge of catering for the 20,000-plus visitors expected to attend the UK’s biggest consumer golf show.

“We are delighted to be returning to the Scottish Golf Show in 2010,” said Livingstone. “Over the past three years, the event has been invaluable to us, as it has provided us with an unrivalled opportunity to talk to the most educated golf fans in the world. Therefore, it goes without saying that we are immensely looking forward to building on the success of previous shows next year.”

Tom Lovering, the show organiser, added: “I am delighted to welcome american golf back to the Scottish Golf Show for a fourth year. The Scottish Golf Show has been a major success for all involved since it launched in 2006 and I am sure that everyone who attends our show – which is now the biggest and most successful of its kind in the whole of the UK – will be thrilled by the exclusive offers and unbeatable value that american golf will offer them next year.”

The 2010 Scottish Golf Show takes place from 26-28 March at the S.E.C.C. in Glasgow www.thescottishgolfshow.co.uk

       

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