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Motocaddy Sales Team Build On Successful 2010

7.44am 14th January 2011 - Corporate - This story was updated on Friday, January 14th, 2011

Motocaddy Sales Team, from left to right: Peter Kingsley, Nick Brooker, Mike Walker, Steve Morris, Iain Grant and Neil Parker

Motocaddy has appointed Sales Territory Managers Peter Kingsley and Nick Brooker to help the company meet growing product demand as it looks to build on a year that saw sales figures rise by 60%.

Peter Kingsley – a former PGA Professional – will take charge of the East Region, building on a career that has included managing one of the UK’s busiest Nevada Bobs Golf Superstores, as well as working in field sales for Brother UK and kitchen product suppliers Brabantia.

Meanwhile, scratch golfer Nick Brooker will head up the West Region after experience working in corporate events and hospitality sales, before moving to field sales where he provided interactive solutions for major retail companies such as Tesco.

“We are delighted to add Peter and Nick to our sales team,” said Neil Parker, Sales Director of Motocaddy. “Both have valuable experience within field sales, as well as a passion for the golf industry that will be crucial for growing the brand further in the coming years.

“Last year, our sales figures were up by 60% on 2009 – and so it is crucial to bring in the expertise to cope with this growing demand to buy the most reliable electric golf trolleys available.”



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