P&O wins golf tour contract

October 1998
Marketing Event;Oct98, p6
Reveals that the Professional Golfers Association has appointed P&O Exhibition Services to supply all interiors and landscaping services for its 1998 PGA European Senior Golf Tour. Information on Senior Tournament of Champions; Top names expected to play at the tournament.


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