Supplier Members

As suppliers, you provide products and services that are essential to maintaining and managing impeccable golf courses. The QGSA is YOUR key to getting your message across to industry leaders.

Superintendents have large budgets to manage and need a host of products and services ranging from sod to sand, including landscaping, irrigation, machinery, insecticides and fungicides, seed, fertilizers, horticultural services, golf carts, human resources management, water treatments for various diseases, equipment, tools, and so on.

Without a doubt, the QGSA is THE REFERENCE for Quebec’s golf superintendents.

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BENEFITS TO SUPPLIER MEMBERS

  • Benefits of a wider range of business and sales network in the industry.
  • Receive Grassmaniac, a high quality specialized magazine published at least three times a year, that informs members on the industry’s latest developments and state-of-the-art techniques, as well as on the association’s major activities.
  • Listing in the member directory, which is an ideal tool of reference. The directory is updated and distributed on an annual basis.
  • A personalized membership card.
  • Participate in two of the Association’s traditional golf tournaments – two of the best professional and social networking tools. Supplier members can exhibit at one of these tournaments.
  • Establish solid business relationships and extend credibility within the Association’s membership.
  • Be known as a bona fide member of this Association within the industry.
  • Special advertising rates in the Grassmaniac magazine which is distributed to the industry specialists, the Superintendents.
  • Listed on the Supplier Member Page of the Association’s website.
  • Access to the member section of the association’s website which was developed by and for members in order to maximize this source of information.
  • Privilege member rate benefits for participation in the Association’s conference and trade show.
  • Have access to the continued education program.