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Blinder Bunker Liner links with Rigby Taylor

8.17am 25th September 2012 - Corporate

Murray and Penny Long

Blinder Bunker Liner, the unique system designed to improve the lifespan of bunkers and reduce maintenance costs, is to be sold by the industry’s largest sales force.

Thanks to a new agreement the Blinder Bunker system, which gives bunkers a rubberised, free draining lining guaranteed for 10 years, will now be among the products and services offered by Rigby Taylor’s national sales force, of which 35 regularly call on golf clubs the length and breadth of the country.

Launched in 2010, Blinder Bunker Liner has already installed bunkers on many golf courses throughout the country, but the new agreement will ensure that the benefits of the system will be highlighted to many more clubs.

“Blinder initially teamed up with Profusion Environmental as its approved installer to ensure that work was carried out to the highest possible standard and adding the Rigby Taylor sales force will create a formidable combination,” said Murray Long, Director of Blinder Bunker Liner.

“We expect many more sales enquires to be generated through this exciting new agreement,” added Murray.

Speaking on behalf of Rigby Taylor, Managing Director Andrew Robinson, said: “This is a fantastic opportunity for Rigby Taylor and adds a unique system to our product range. Product development has been at the forefront of our company philosophy and we are pleased to be working with Blinder Bunker Liner to offer this solution to bunker maintenance issues.”

The UK format for delivering Blinder to the market has been quickly and successfully implemented and Blinder intends shortly to roll this format out across other continents through international franchisees.

Blinder Bunker Liner www.theblinder.com

Rigby Taylor www.rigbytaylor.com

       

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