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Big Night For Award Winning BIG MAX

3.53pm 17th November 2016 - Corporate

(from left) Chris Steel (Foremost); Ian Waddicar (BIG MAX); Chris Glenday (Foremost)
(from left) Chris Steel (Foremost); Ian Waddicar (BIG MAX); Chris Glenday (Foremost)

Europe’s most owned trolley brand, BIG MAX, has been honoured for its innovation by Foremost member professionals as they gathered at the MK Dons stadium for the 2016 Foremost Industry awards this week.

In the category of ‘Most Innovative Product of the Year,’ Foremost member professionals voted the BIG MAX IQ+360 push trolley as the winner.

Following the success of the innovative push trolley at the awards BIG MAX U.K. Managing Director Ian Waddicar commented, “This is a huge honour for us as it underlines our commitment to making innovations that directly benefit golfers. We’ve developed a great relationship with Foremost and know that an endorsement like this from such a knowledgeable group of Professionals really is a feather in the cap for the IQ+360 and for BIG MAX.”

The IQ+360 combines BIG MAX ultra-compact 3 wheel folding technology with a 360 degree rotating front wheel, delivering superb levels of practicality and manoeuvrability. This combination, that is offered exclusively through Foremost retailers, has won over consumers as well as Foremost member professionals as has been reflected in impressive sales throughout the year.

Andy Martin, Managing Director of Foremost commented, “BIG MAX is known for its innovative products and in the IQ+360 they’ve really shown this off to our members. It’s great to see our members recognising the hard work that the brand has put in to provide the group with a really special product.”

BIG MAX www.bigmaxgolf.co.uk

       

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