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Congress number 16 for PGAE

11.00pm 7th December 2005 - Sponsorship

Glenmuir, the leading European golf and leisurewear brand, is once again supporting the PGAs of Europe Congress and International Team Championships, which is taking place this week on the Costa Del Sol. The 16th annual PGAE Congress is being staged at the Atalaya Park Hotel while the International Team Championship takes place at the Marbella Club, a new venue for the event.
The company has long enjoyed close relationships with many national PGA bodies across Europe, in particular the PGA of Great Britain and Ireland, and last year extended this support to include corporate sponsorship of the PGAs of Europe. In addition to this, the second Congress and Team Championships that Glenmuir has supported, the company also sponsored the recent Teaching and Coaching Conference in Munich.
Looking forward to this year’s event, sales and marketing director Andy Bough commented, “Glenmuir enjoys a great deal of business with PGA professionals all over Europe, and our partnership with the PGAs of Europe gives us a valuable point of contact with existing and future customers. Also, with the closer involvement of the PGAs of Europe in the new structure of the Ryder Cup, this partnership enables us to make an even bigger contribution to the development of the game of golf throughout Europe and beyond.”
PGAs of Europe www.pgae.com

       

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