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More summer excitement at Sports Recreation & Leisure Show

The event will be joined by a total of 25 local celebrities in sports field

Entertainers perform dance during the opening ceremony of the 2010 Taiwan Sports Recreation & Leisure Show yesterday in Taipei.

Entertainers perform dance during the opening ceremony of the 2010 Taiwan Sports Recreation & Leisure Show yesterday in Taipei.

For all those who love sports and interested in recreation and leisure market, you are courtly welcomed to join the 2010 Taiwan Sports Recreation & Leisure Show that kicked off at Taipei World Trade Center yesterday and will run till next Monday.
The annual event organized by Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA) will serve as an excellent venue for all in reaching the fast growing recreation and leisure market. It will also offer a rare and complete display of Taiwan sports, recreational, and leisure products and services.
"There are more and more companies joining the annual event as it runs into its fourth year," said Tseng Sheng-bao, Deputy Minister of Sports Affairs Council, yesterday at the opening ceremony of the event.
The exhibitors of the show include famous manufacturers and producers of adventure sports, indoor sports, outdoor sports, sports equipments and accessories, sports wear, recreation, country clubs, entertainment parks, golf clubs, gym and fitness clubs, health centers, hotels and resorts.
One of the largest pavilions of the event is the bicycle pavilion that is joined by two Taiwan and world's leading bike manufacturers Merida and KHS and other international brands.
The yearly event will also be enlivened by a total of 25 local celebrities in the sports field including Taiwan Beer star forward Ho Shou-cheng and ace pro baseball pitcher of the Uni-President Lions' Pan Wei-lun, as well as several famous sports broadcast anchors.
You can also check out your golf game at the venue as the organizers have prepared a golf green at the event where visitors can try their hand at putting the ball in the hole.
The 2010 event is joined by 234 companies and used 573 booths.
The entry fee is NT$100 while those above the age of 65 or under 13 can get in free.
For more information, log on to the official site at www.leisuretaiwan.com.tw


Updated : 2021-01-22 02:47 GMT+08:00