Huge Turnout Tipped for 2015 PGA Merchandise Show

2015_MRCH_SHW_P LOWOrlando, United States: The 2015 PGA Merchandise Show is anticipating participation from some 1,000 golf companies and brands and more than 40,000 industry professionals from around the world.
The international golf industry’s annual business gathering for more than six decades, the 62nd PGA Merchandise Show will be held from January 20-23.
Following the 13th annual PGA Show Outdoor Demo Day at Orange County National Golf Centre on January 20, PGA Show exhibits, demonstrations, education seminars, special events and industry presentations will be the focus at the Orange County Convention Centre from January 21-23.
Ed Several, PGA Worldwide Golf Exhibitions Senior Vice President and General Manager, said: “Golf industry professionals come from around the world to Orlando each year to experience everything the business of golf has to offer in one week and one setting at the PGA Merchandise Show.
“The opportunity to be among the first to see new products from major golf brands; to uncover the latest trends and industry news; to learn from the industry’s top teachers and to reconnect with colleagues from the close-knit golf community is an unmatched resource to grow business and we look forward to an exciting PGA Show week.”
Attendance at the PGA Merchandise Show is restricted to golf trade affiliates, commercial buyers and sellers of golf related products and services only.
PGA members and allied golf association members may register with their membership identification at the time of registration.
Golf industry personnel and first-time buyers seeking admission to the show must submit at least two forms of industry identification at the time of registration.
The PGA Merchandise Show is organised in partnership with the PGA of America as a trade-only event.

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