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PGA Value Guide boosts holiday trade-ins

(Raleigh, NC) – The PGA Value Guide – the national standard for golf club values – launched its second annual Holiday Trade-In Promotion for golfers to receive up to 30% extra value when they trade-in their golf clubs at

Golfers using the PGA Value Guide can select to receive either cash or PGA credit when trading in their clubs. This PGA credit can go towards the purchase of new golf equipment at one of over 5,000 local golf shops or online retailers, such as, all of whom employ PGA Professionals.

“The PGA Value Guide has long been the most trusted resource to help millions of golfers receive fair value for their golf clubs,” says Doug Smith, Vice President of Business Development at Global Value Commerce, owner of the PGA Value Guide.­­­­­ “The Holiday Trade-In Promotion brings consumers even closer to that new set of clubs by putting some cash in their pockets for the holiday season.”
Golfers use the PGA Value Guide to research current trade-in and resale values for thousands of models and brand name golf clubs. Consumers can view current trade-in promotions, product information and find local PGA Professional-staffed golf shops where they can get properly fitted into the latest golf club technology.
A recent consumer survey shows a record high 75% of golfers are interested in trading in their golf clubs. The timing couldn’t be better as today’s high performance drivers, fairway woods, irons and putters generally realize a good return on investment in-trade. The PGA Value Guide has been recognized as the national standard for golf club values since its 2004 inception.
PGA Professionals who use the PGA Value Guide benefit from national trade-in promotions, periodic trade-in bonuses and free exposure for their courses to millions of purchase-minded golfers.
About Global Value Commerce

Headquartered in Raleigh, NC, Global Value Commerce owns, the trusted destinations for buying and selling pre-owned golf equipment. Bridgestone, Callaway, Cleveland, Cobra, Nike, PING, Srixon, TaylorMade and Titleist are among the nearly 500,000 brand-name drivers, fairway woods, irons, hybrids and putters transacted annually. The company’s websites, including the recently-acquired upscale apparel, also sell new golf gear. Global Value Commerce employs 130 people, including PGA members and other golf-equipment experts who develop extensive content about product attributes and advise customers about how different types of equipment make them better players. Distribution centers in North Carolina, Utah and Ontario, Canada house 100,000 square feet and more than 400,000 units at any given time.
More information: globalvaluecommerce.com866.843.0262

Andy Tabor