Shaping the Future 1929 - 2004
STRI Celebrates 75 Years
All four issues of our International Turfgrass Bulletin magazine, along with the STRI's website, will carry special features highlighting the key developments and major achievements in the industry from 1929 to present times, alongside the regular editorial.
The October Bulletin will be increased in size to act as a commemorative record for the 75th Anniversary. Over the years STRI's unique position has enabled close ties to be formed with many eminent individuals and organisations throughout the turfgrass world. We will be inviting editorial from some of these key players for inclusion in this issue, to reflect the past and future of the sportsturf and amenity sectors worldwide.
To coincide with the publication of this commemorative edition, we are also holding our official celebrations in October around our 'Open Day' on Wednesday 6th, followed by a dinner in the evening.
A special logo has been created to mark the event, which will appear on all our literature over the next twelve months.
For further details contact Anne Wilson on Tel: 01274 565131orE-Mail: email@example.com
STRI Celebrates at BTME/CLUBHOUSE 2004
Stand A14 Hall A
Next year STRI celebrates 75 years in the turfgrass industry. To mark this milestone a series of events is planned to run throughout 2004, starting with a celebration launch at BTME/ClubHouse from 20-22 January 2004.
Visitors to the stand will be able to join in the fun whilst picking up information and checking out new products and special show offers.
New for the show - the first "Turfgrass Pest & Disease Calendar"
STRI has produced the first "Turfgrass Pest & Disease Wall Calendar". Each month features a seasonal turfgrass disease or pest accompanied with a daily working chart and guidance notes written by Dr Ruth Mann, STRI's Turfgrass Pathologist. A useful annual working guide price £8.95 each. Win a free copy at the show.
New Partner-New Programme for "Running Golf Courses in the 21st Century"
STRI continue to meet the training needs of Golf Club Secretaries and Chairman of Green with this popular two day course now run in partnership with the "Association of Golf Club Secretaries". The course runs from 19-20 January 2004. Day one takes place at STRI in Bingley giving delegates the opportunity to use our on-site facilities. Day two moves to the Moat House in Harrogate, finishing in time to visit the ClubHouse and BTME exhibitions on their opening day. Free registration and entrance to the exhibitions are included in the course fee of £290.
Show Specials on selected Turfgrass Titles.
Pay Linda Gallagher a visit and save money in our "show bookshop". 20% discount available on selected Turfgrass Titles purchased at the show.