The Golf Industry Show is a Great Event for Vendors and Buyers
The much anticipated Golf Industry Show has selected Las Vegas as the host town for the 2012 convention. Presented by the GCSAA (Golf Course Superintendents Association of America) and the NGCOA, (National Golf Course Association of America) this show will bring an estimated 20,000 visitors to the area this February. The show is from February 29th- March 1st at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
The Golf Industry Show is a Part of the Larger GCSAA Education Conference
The Golf Industry Show will run concurrently with the GCSAA Education Conference, which is from February 27th- March 2nd. The education conference will hold seminars on a variety of topics including Agronomy, Business, Environment, Communication, and Leadership. The show and conference events were scheduled to ensure that participants can attend both the exhibits and seminars without conflict.
The Golf Industry Show combines education, owner strategies and networking events to help golf course owners maximize profits and increase golfer participation. Vendors who exhibit at the show can benefit by creating and reinforcing relationships with buyers, create sales leads, and promote brand awareness. Buyers have the chance to explore new trends in popular products, and get the scoop on new technology, and basic golf course products. Around 500 distributors will exhibit, including Ace Golf Netting, Greenleaf Technologies, and Prestwick Golf Group.
Comedic Golfer David Feherty Will Address the General Session
Professional golfer David Feherty will be the key note speaker at the show’s general session. Known for his witticisms and deep insights, David hosts a weekly show on the Golf Channel, and is the author of six books. The general session will be open to all attendees of the Golf Industry Show.
2011 Conference Attendees Say they are Excited for the Las Vegas Conference
Last year’s convention in Orlando, Florida was said to be a big success, and received great feedback from both vendors and buyers. Both groups of convention goers claimed that the convention was a valuable experience, and that they were already looking forward to the 2012 Golf Industry Show in Las Vegas.
The 2012 show and conference at the Las Vegas Convention Center promises to be a rewarding experience for both vendors and buyers alike. Golf course owners, managers, and superintendents can forge and maintain contacts, get the latest in golf course technology and stock up on club essentials. Distributors can liquidate their inventory and receive feedback on what their buyers are looking for. The Golf Industry Show is a must for anyone in the golf course business.