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Foremost Announces Major Breakthrough in Golf Retailing

12.39am 30th October 2013 - Corporate

PrintForemost Golf has launched an ingenious new ‘Click & Collect’ retail service designed to help customers who like to buy their golf equipment on the internet but are seldom at home during office hours in order to receive their purchases.

The Click & Collect service allows customers to purchase all the goods they need at www.foremostgolf.com and then collect them free at one of over 950 Foremost stores nationwide.

Alternatively, customers who prefer to have deliveries to home or work can still choose to have their purchases couriered direct to them, as the service offers free delivery for all orders of over £50.

There is also a 30-day money back guarantee if customers are not completely satisfied with their purchase, whether they’ve had their goods delivered or utilised Click & Collect.

“We believe that the launch of our new Click & Collect service is a major breakthrough in golf retailing and will prove to be hugely popular among golfers all over the country,” said Foremost CEO, Paul Hedges.

“It’s a win-win situation for both customers and our members,” added Hedges.

“It will be particularly useful for customers who are away from home during normal office hours as it gives them the flexibility to collect their purchases free of charge as and when they can.

“The system also gives customers access to advice and a wide range of other services provided by our PGA professionals which is not something that is normally available during most on-line transactions.”

Customers who log onto www.foremostgolf.com can purchase a wide range of goods from all the major golf manufacturers. A complete list of all Foremost stores across GB & I is also available.

 

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