From the PGA
PGA of America VendorMatch Expands Sourcing Opportunities for 2025 PGA Championship
Quail Hollow Club will be the site of the 2025 PGA Championship.
Businesses owned by minorities, women, LGBTQ individuals, people with disabilities, Veterans, and/or service-disabled Veterans, as well as local small businesses are encouraged to register here for phase one of PGA VendorMatch through November 2, 2023, to potentially meet and explore Tier I sourcing opportunities with the PGA of America. Phase two of the program will launch in the summer of 2024 providing Tier II sourcing opportunities with the PGA of America’s larger suppliers for the three 2025 PGA of America spectator championships.
“Diverse-owned businesses enrich our supply chain with fresh ideas and inventive strategies. By inviting these suppliers to engage in our championship sourcing opportunities, we're fostering their progress and enhancing the economic vitality of our championship host communities,” says PGA of America Chief People Officer Sandy Cross. “Supplier inclusion drives economic resilience and innovation.
"We're excited to welcome local and diverse-owned businesses into PGA VendorMatch, giving them a platform to shine and introduce their offerings to an international audience."
A variety of goods and services are needed, such as catering, floral and landscape, printing and signage, audio visual, furniture rentals and more.
Visit the PGA VendorMatch website for the full list of needs and to register. All PGA VendorMatch registrations must be received by November 2, 2023.