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i-KAN GC give BIGGA commitment to Range Servant

9.34am 20th January 2012 - Corporate

New golf brand i-KAN GC has begun 2012 by announcing a new partnership with Swedish company, Range Servant. Range Servant, founded in 1983 and based in Halmstad, operates worldwide, has more than 25 years of experience and is the leading supplier of high quality ball management systems for the driving range industry. The deal sees i-KAN GC greatly expand their product offering to this area of the golfing world and complements the existing i-KAN driving range products.

Range Servant will be no stranger to some, having previously promoted their products and services in theUK. This re-launch through i-KAN GC, however, will see Range Servant’s leading products promoted by a company with many years of experience supplying theUKgolf industry.

i-KAN are wasting no time in giving Range Servant a promotional boost in the UK by exhibiting their products and services on the i-KAN GC stand at the BIGGA Turf Management Exhibition (BTME), taking place between 24 and 26January at Harrogate International Centre. The exhibition is widely regarded asEurope’s leading showcase for turf and groundscare professionals and buyers.

Whilst i-KAN GC have taken on exclusive rights to Range Servant products in the UK, the partnership is a true two-way venture that in return sees Range Servant promoting the Starting New At Golf (SNAG) coaching system in Sweden.

i-KAN GC Director, Guy Higton, explains the reasoning behind the deal: “Our companies share so many ideals the partnership provides true added value for all concerned, we are excited to see i-KAN GC grow so quickly and be associated with such a respected brand with a strong network. Range Servant machinery has a fantastic reputation and returns to theUK with a highly competitive pricing structure that will excite the golf industry.”

       

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