Welcome, PGA Tour Superstore

Our community only works when we find ways to support one another. Without the loyalty from our clients, industry partners, and community organizations, we wouldn’t be where we are today. We are delighted to highlight the PGA TOUR Superstore, a new COR3 Design client. 

PGA TOUR Superstore is a leading golf and tennis equipment and apparel company, operating stores nationwide. It’s headquartered in Atlanta, GA, and is led by the owner of the NFL’s Atlanta Falcons, Arthur M. Blank. As part of the Arthur M. Blank Family of Businesses, PGA TOUR Superstore strives to live out its core values and help lay the foundation for a brighter future. 

Their core values include putting people first, including everyone, leading by example, listening and responding, innovating continuously, and giving back to the community. Sound familiar? We thought so, too. 

This commitment to their employees, coupled with their experience in the business, has led them to be one of the fastest-growing specialty retailers in the country. PGA is projected to open at least eight new locations this year, with the expansion to new markets including Charlotte, NC, Philadelphia, and Rockville, MD. 

Welcome to the COR3 Community!

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