33 SME’s exhibiting at the PGA Merchandise Show, Orlando

The British Golf Industry Association (BGIA) is pleased to announce that in conjunction with UK Trade & Investment, 33 UK companies will be exhibiting at the PGA Merchandise Show with grants of £2,000. The show which runs from January 27st – 29th brings the world of golf to Orlando, Florida at the start of the year. This will be the sixth consecutive year time the BGIA have attended.

The 33 small and medium sized enterprises will receive the £2,000 TAP Export Grant to assist with their exhibition costs. They are: Adventures in Golf, Asbri Distribution & Asbri Golf, Bentley Golf, Bonnie Wee Golf, Bridge Golf, Clere Golf, CPR Golf Training Aid, DP&L Golf, Explanar, Golphinforkids, Hatton Textiles, Highland Golf Links, Historic Scottish Golf, Links Golf St. Andrews, Macdonald Hotels and Resorts, Mairead Hume Harris Tweed Golf Collection, Meldrum House Country Hotel and Golf Course, Nippon Shaft, Ojee Golf (Talon), Peter Millar, Power Tee, Powerbug Golf Trolleys, Procaddie, Proquip, Recounter, Royal Albartross, SGB Golf, Sterling England, Stewart Golf, Sure-Set Golf, The Leith Silver Company, Two Thumb Grip and Vpar Live Golf Scoring. To find out more about these companies click here.

The BGIA chairman Nigel Freemantle and association manager Ciara Morgan will both be in attending the show throughout its 3 day duration. On Wednesday 27th January at 5pm, there will be an international networking drinks reception on Champ’s stand (2629). Champ has been an active BGIA member since 2011 and is the world leader in sport cleat technology.

For further information about the BGIA or to register for a 2017 PGA Merchandise Show Grant, please contact ciara@sportsandplay.com

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