LIGHTNING RELEASES -0/07/14 –The New Mexico Golf Expo is excited to announce the first golf show to be held at the Albuquerque Convention Center February 7th and 8th, 2015.  This golf expo will conduct brand awareness, introduce new products, and showcase destinations/getaways.  However, that is not all.  The New Mexico Golf Expo provides golfers of any age and ability the chance to purchase merchandise, talk with club representatives, and win rounds of golf.  This expo hosts several exhibitors that make the game of golf successful. 

There will be areas to get fitted for clubs, as well as try out a potential purchased club.  As a little extra incentive, the golf expo is offering free golf to the first 100 people through the door each day.  There will also be contests at the show to win big prizes.  This will be the first of many golf shows hosted. 

There are plans to host in states all over the United States and that’s why the expo is collecting as many exhibitors and attendees as possible-to show the population how the game of golf has grown and will continue to grow.  This event is sure to showcase every aspect of golf that New Mexico has to offer.

The New Mexico Golf Expo has plans of becoming the biggest show in Albuquerque by showing the several realms of the golf game. The golf show is sponsored by the Rocky Mountain Junior Golf Tour, College Golf Scholarship Advisers, Tee Time Daily Deals, North American Junior Amateur, and the Las Vegas Pro Am Series.  The expo is acquiring more sponsors and exhibitors and tickets are on sale now. 

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