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New and Improved Website for Leading Electric Trolley Company

11.02pm 7th May 2015 - Corporate - This story was updated on Friday, May 8th, 2015

Powerbug websitePowerBug, one of Europe’s leading golf trolley manufacturers, and the only to offer a five-year product warranty, has unveiled a new-look website to better meet the needs of both retailers and golfers. has been redesigned and remodeled as part of the brands plans to widen its distribution and reach in 2015. The new-look website features video as well as links to social media while enhancing its web shop and trade-only areas.

Rob Hunt, Managing Director, said: “It is important that we continue to stay ahead of the pace of innovation and improving the experience for our customers online is paramount in the digital age. As well as the aesthetics, the benefits of the upgrades include improving the functionality of the site to ensure it is responsive; enabling our customers to access our content while on the move via mobile or tablet as well as on a computer.”

The news follows the announcement that the Windsor-based electric trolley company is opening up its retail network in the UK to bring its enviable pricing, innovation, excellent customer service and industry-leading 5-year warranty to a much wider audience.

Demand for PowerBug products is at an all-time high and with an industry-leading warranty on all trolleys, such as the UltraV and ProTour electric trolley models, as well as all lithium batteries such as the amazingly compact but incredibly powerful mini-lithium battery used in the lithium-powered models, guaranteed to last 27 holes, it is easy to understand why.


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