NORWALK, Conn.. – PGA Golf Exhibitions and the NGSA, National Golf Sales Representatives Association, announced today the continued participation of the Association and their membership in the PGA Merchandise Show. The NGSA, representing over 3,400 independent and company golf sales representatives, will provide members and golf sales representatives with a lounge just off the show floor and will participate in the inaugural Career Fair during the 2010 PGA Merchandise Show, Jan. 28-30, at the Orange County Convention Center (OCCC) in Orlando, Fla.
“The NGSA is looking forward to our expanded participation in the 2010 PGA Merchandise Show. In these tough economic times everyone needs to gather strength through quality networking, communications, marketing and direction. The NGSA is looking forward to and will support and participate in the inaugural “Career Fair” and “New Products Center,” said Tom Moynihan, President NGSA.
The NGSA Lounge, located in OCCC Hall D Room 224, will provide a central networking and communications hub inclusive of meeting facilities and business services as well as light refreshments for NGSA members and golf sales representatives attending the Show. Additionally, the NGSA’s Golf Clearing House division of more than 400 member golf companies will utilize the PGA Merchandise Show for professional business-building programs. Lastly, the NGSA will support the inaugural PGA Merchandise Show Career Fair through sales representative employment workshops and their direct connection to open sales representative positions at more than 200 golf companies currently listed in the NGSA’s The Sales Leader “Reps Wanted Section.”
“The NGSA has been an important part of the PGA Merchandise Show for many years,” said PGA Golf Exhibitions Group Vice President and General Manager Ed Several. “We look forward to their expanded participation in 2010 and recognize the valuable role NGSA members play in linking our exhibiting companies with thousands of golf facilities and PGA Professionals across the country.”