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Motocaddy Launches Hi-Tech M-Series Videos

3.04pm 26th October 2018 - Corporate

Motocaddy, the UK’s top-selling trolley brand, has launched a new video library showcasing the revolutionary features on the latest award-winning, compact-folding M-Series range.

The five state-of-the-art videos use Computer Generated Imagery (CGI) to highlight key features found on the M1; M1 DHC; M3 PRO; M5 CONNECT; and M5 CONNECT DHC models.

“We had a great reaction to the CGI videos promoting our S1, S3 PRO and S5 CONNECT models and we’ve used them as a blueprint to make the M-Series version really stand out in store,” said Oliver Churcher, Marketing Manager of Motocaddy.

“The videos are slick and easy-to-watch and explain key differences between models. Retailers can embed or download the videos for use in their own marketing to highlight the impressive features on offer and ultimately promote retail sales,” he added.

The videos are available to watch on three Motocaddy viewing platforms:

The videos were produced by award-winning production company, c that includes Samsung, Panasonic and Nikon in its portfolio of clients.

Motocaddy will also be pushing the videos and all relevant content through its social media channels – Facebook (@MotocaddyGolf); Twitter (@MotocaddyGolf) and Instagram (Motocaddygolf).

“Since the launch, sales of the new M-Series compact trolley range have trebled compared to the same period last year,” said Neil Parker, Sales Director of the brand. “The range has been met with universal praise from golf retailers and equipment experts from the leading golf magazines which backs up the impressive sales performance,” he added

One standout comment on the latest space-saving models from the innovative brand comes from influential consumer title, Today’s Golfer: ‘Motocaddy are too polite to say it themselves, but the M5 CONNECT is the electric trolley that changes electric trolleys. For us, right now, it’s the ultimate trolley out there.’

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