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Foremost & Motocaddy announce New Exclusive Partnership

8.59am 23rd September 2011 - Corporate - This story was updated on Monday, September 26th, 2011

Neil Parker (left) and Andy Martin

Foremost has announced that Motocaddy has been appointed as its new Approved Supplier of Electric Golf Trolleys.

The deal between Foremost and Motocaddy, announced this morning (Friday September 23rd), heralds a new exclusive partnership agreement between the two companies under the terms of which Foremost professionals will receive preferential buying terms from Motocaddy as well as a range of other benefits.

“We are delighted to announce that Motocaddy are to become our Approved Supplier of Electric Golf Trolleys,” said Andy Martin, Company Director.

“We look forward to building a strong partnership with the team at Motocaddy who over the last few years have built an excellent reputation within the electric trolley sector based on exceptional product quality and customer service.”

“That reputation gives both retailers and customers peace of mind when making an electric trolley purchase and was an important consideration when we decided to sign this new agreement.”

“I’d like to think that both Foremost and Motocaddy will benefit hugely from the new agreement,” added Martin. “Under the terms of the deal our member professionals will also receive valuable digital marketing support which will allow us to promote the product range, market its benefits to the consumer and increase the all-important retail sell-through.”

Neil Parker, Sales Director at Motocaddy said, “We are extremely excited to be forming a new partnership withEurope’s largest green-grass professional buying group and firmly believe it will help us to take Motocaddy to a new level.

“We recognise Foremost’s strength as a retailing group and anticipate this new alliance will help to continue building Motocaddy’s market share.”




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