Registration Now Open For Free Webinar On Tuesday, January 18, 2022 At 2:00 Eastern
Phoenix, AZ – The Association of Golf Merchandisers (AGM) is presenting a panel discussion with seasoned PGA Show attendees who will share their top tips for making the 2022 PGA Show a productive one. The discussion will focus on how to prepare in advance for the show and how to best utilize the resources available while attending the PGA Show. Special panelist guests include Lisa Langas, Event Manager with the Reed Expo Show Team, who will share safety protocols for the upcoming show; Meghann Butcher from RepSpark, the official Technology Partner for the PGA Show, who will cover tips to boost productivity using technological advancements; and seasoned AGM buyers from across the country who will share their top advice on how to ensure a successful event.
Entitled It’s Showtime! Preparing for a Productive and Safe PGA Show, this webinar will be held online on Tuesday, January 18, 2022, at 2:00 pm Eastern. Registration is now open. Visit https://form.jotform.com/220047631299153 to sign up. All are welcome to attend this FREE webinar.
Practical information will be shared on how to best prepare before the start of the PGA Show, including guides on what to bring and pack; time management tips to maximize productivity while attending the PGA Show; how to best utilize technology in a digital age; guidance on sourcing and choosing new vendors; health and safety protocols; and an overview of what’s new for 2022!
According to Tracy Moffatt, Golf Retail Consultant & Adjunct Professor at Florida Golf Coast University, “The 2022 PGA Show offers a huge opportunity for Merchandisers and PGA Professionals to find new products and vendors to add to their merchandise mix. The influx of new members at clubs worldwide means new merchandise offerings are also needed to capture their dollars in our Golf Shops – the PGA Show is where to find them!”
Stephene Benkert – Interim Director of Auxiliary Sports Group – Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI
Andrew Blatnik – Director of Retail Operations – Oak Hill Country Club, Rochester, NY
Meghann Butcher – Repspark – President – Technology Partner for the PGA Show
Cindy Doherty – Director of Retail – Brentwood Country Club, Los Angeles, CA
Susan Gonzalez – Repspark – Marketing Director – Technology Partner for the PGA Show
Heather Hadley – Senior Buyer- Haggin Oaks Golf Super Shop, Sacramento, CA
Lisa Langas – Events Manager – PGA Show
Tracy Moffatt – Golf Retail Consultant & Adjunct Professor at Florida Gulf Coast University
This seminar is designed for those looking to maximize their opportunities for success at the 2022 PGA Show. First time attendees and seasoned veterans alike will receive valuable tips and the latest information on health and safety protocols to ensure a productive show.
To register for this free webinar on Tuesday, January 18, 2022 at 2:00 pm Eastern (11:00 am Pacific), visit https://form.jotform.com/220047631299153.
About the Association of Golf Merchandisers
The Association of Golf Merchandisers is an international, professional organization of golf-related merchandisers and vendors. Members include buyers, merchandisers, golf professionals, students, club managers, owners and suppliers to the golf industry. Headquartered in Phoenix, Arizona, the AGM is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit corporation founded in 1989 and governed by a 19-member volunteer Board of Directors. The AGM mission of education is to educate, elevate and enhance the golf retail experience.
More than 1,000 individuals representing private, public, resort and off-course golf specialty stores and students are active members of the AGM. Members of PGA of America and PGA of Canada comprise over 30% of the membership. AGM members are responsible for over 1,500 facilities and merchandise sales in excess of $850 million annually. Additionally, over 125 Vendor Partners participate and through their membership, they support AGM retail-related educational programs and networking events. Visit http://agmgolf.org/ for more information.
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