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Intuitive Edge do their bit: £137,000+ raised for golf clubs

2.09pm 10th July 2020 - Coronavirus NewsCorporate

When lockdown started Intuitive Edge set out with the aim of supporting their industry the best they could, and if you like stats you’ll enjoy this.

They’ve since produced membership advertising campaigns for over 35 golf clubs they hadn’t previously supported, completely free of charge, since golf reopened.

The results? There have been 36 Campaigns launched from which 2,607 Membership Enquiries have been received and at least 251 New Members gained.

The only cost to these clubs was the advertising budget and on behalf of these clubs Intuitive Edge spent £2,856.

With over £137,000 in new membership revenue generated so far, the initial ROI is more than 4,600%

This revenue has directly resulted from the 2,607 enquiries, and does not take into account the 100s of other members these clubs have seen in recent weeks.

Brandon Trimmer, Director of Intuitive Edge said: “I’m not ashamed to say it – I’m extremely proud of what we’ve helped these clubs, and our existing clients, achieve in a period of depleted resources and continued uncertainty.

“It’s been a difficult few months for everyone, and our offer of support was designed to help golf clubs recover from the crippling effects COVID-19 had on so many’s renewal periods. It did.

“Demand for membership boomed, and this campaign helped 36 golf clubs across the UK and New Zealand capture that demand ahead of their competitors.

“It’s fantastic to see golf clubs across the country gaining momentum every day and we continue to see the most forward thinking make the best progress.

“As this situation is far from over, we are committed to our offer of this free membership ad campaign to any golf club that could use more members, and will be for the foreseeable future to help as many clubs bring in as much new revenue as possible.’

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