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‘Unprecedented’ collaboration at PGA Orlando show

7.47am 16th December 2008 - Exhibitions & Conferences

The economy has been good for the 2009 PGA Merchandise Show. ‘Good’ because it has been a catalyst for an industry-wide collaboration of unprecedented resources to pull the golf industry through a challenging economic forecast in 2009. Multiple new and valuable programs await both exhibitors and attendees, 29-31 January.

Among the many new programs, the 56th annual global gathering of golf showcases the most major exhibitors and new product introductions since 2002; introduces multiple economic business best practices daily; expands employment programs and job postings; and offers new vendor exhibiting and marketing programs.

“Now more than ever, the PGA Show takes on a greater role as a catalyst for golf business in 2009,” said PGA Golf Shows group vice president & general manager Ed Several. “Every PGA Professional, retailer and manufacturer attending the 2009 PGA Show can expect not one or two reasons to grow their business at the show, but more than enough tools, resources, contacts, seminars, special events, new products and more to make their trip worthwhile. 2009 is a year not to be missed as we think it will grow business for every attendee and vendor.”

56th PGA Merchandise Show

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