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Bedford-based AHEAD plans to exhibit at PGA Show
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Dec '10
AHEAD, a leading designer and marketer of branded headwear, apparel and golf accessories, announced that it will exhibit at the 2011 PGA Merchandise Show, Jan 27-29 at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Fla. AHEAD will exhibit in the apparel section in Booth No. 4757 and 4773.

"The PGA Show has always been a great venue for us to showcase our entire line of products," said Ken Shwartz, CEO, AHEAD. "Our first show was in 1996 just selling hats in an 8 x 10 booth, and now we have grown into one of the largest and busiest booths at the PGA Show. We are very appreciative to our customers who have supported us through the years and always look forward to seeing them and enhancing our industry relationships."

The AHEAD booth will be buzzing with activity this year. The company will use the PGA Merchandise Show to introduce its fall 2011 product lines including new performance polos and outerwear from AHEAD and Kate Lord and exciting new headwear styles and ornamentation processes for immediate delivery. Plus, show attendees will enjoy special in-booth events such as the annual Hat Drop scheduled for Friday, Jan. 28 at 5:00 p.m.

"PGA Golf Exhibitions is pleased to welcome back AHEAD and their established brands to the 58th PGA Merchandise Show," said PGA Golf Exhibitions Senior Vice President Ed Several. "Each year, AHEAD provides an exciting presentation of new products and special events for PGA Professionals and golf retailers who come from around the world for the Show."

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