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New Golf Car Website from Yamaha is Online Now

10.56am 22nd October 2013 - Corporate

Yamaha's new websiteYamaha Motor (UK) Ltd have launched a new dedicated website to support their class leading golf cars and golf utility vehicles in the UK. Yamaha golf cars are already present at many leading UK courses including St. Andrews Links Trust and Wentworth as well as commercial and leisure sites such as The NEC and the Bourne Leisure Group. With this new site,existing and prospective customershave access to a wealth of information that Yamaha will use to promote and deliver the very best in golf vehicles to customers throughout the UK.

The website features the latest digital technology, providing easy access to information, specifications and pictures of the products as well as supply options and contact forms. The site also contains information on local service agents, special products and case studies relating to existing Yamaha users.  The multimedia available on the site provides a fresh look at the use of Yamaha vehicles at leading UK venues. Brian Swinden, National Golf Business Manager, explains the benefits of the new site for UK customers:

“Through www.golfcars.co.uk we have provided a site which customers can easily find and use to explore the Yamaha Golf Car range. We have a great selection of products for leisure and commercial customers, not to mention the most flexible supply options in the UK. Ensuring that customers can find accurate and detailed information online has always been a priority and this latest update will keep Yamaha at the leading edge of technology both on the vehicles and online!”

Existing and prospective customers have already been using the site to contact Brian with Yamaha planning to promote the site throughout the winter months and at the BIGGA Turf Management Exhibition in January 2014.

The website can be found at www.golfcars.co.uk

       

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