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Glenmuir looks ahead to Ryder Cup Year

12.49am 23rd October 2009 - CorporateRetail - This story was updated on Thursday, March 18th, 2010

Glenmuir, one of Europe’s leading golf apparel brands, is looking ahead to a successful 2010 Ryder Cup year after capitalising on a strong performance at Golf Europe.

The Scotland-based apparel brand opened several new European accounts during the course of the Munich exhibition, showcased its new 2010 catalogue and began the build-up to next year’s Ryder Cup at Celtic Manor – where it will again be supplying shirts and knitwear to the European Team.

Glenmuir managing director, Colin Mee, says: “We fixed more appointments than last year on the Glenmuir stand, which was a good indicator of how strongly our brand is growing across Europe. All the signs point to a very good 2010 for Glenmuir. We have traded strongly this year while for next season we have an impressive clothing collection and the added bonus of the Ryder Cup.

“Our involvement as a supplier to the European Team – and our role in the ongoing promotion of the event – was a key message we wanted to get across in Munich and I believe we achieved this.”

Glenmuir’s new Spring/Summer 2010 collection was widely praised and introduces more than 130 individual product lines in a massive array of colours, designs and exciting new fabric technologies.

Glenmuir is a brand right at the heart of golf. Preferred supplier to the European Ryder Cup team for 23 years, it also enjoys partnerships with the PGAs of Europe, The PGA, The European Tour, The Open Championship, and The English Golf Union. Glenmuir is official clothing supplier to the Golf Foundation, Ryder Cup Wales 2010 and The Golf Union of Wales.

Glenmuir Ltd www.glenmuir.co.uk

       

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