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New look for Europe’s largest golf travel company

8.11am 29th July 2008 - Corporate

To coincide with the 10-year anniversary of Golfbreaks.com, the company has undergone a major make over of its branding and website and re launched with a fresh new vibrant look and feel.

Its not just the appearance that has changed, Golfbreaks.com now gives golfers the opportunity to travel even further a field with its ‘Rest of the World’ packages and play at some fantastic resorts in South Africa, Dubai and the USA.

“These are really exciting times for Golfbreaks.com” said Andrew Stanley, chief executive of Golfbreaks.com. “We have a fresh new look to our brand and a great new website making the whole customer experience even easier. Our focus still remains on providing golfers with great value breaks and we offer a choice of over 850 venues in the UK, Europe and now the Rest of the World. With some great summer offers in the UK and our new overseas destinations, we have the widest selection of golf breaks available to all golfers”

Golfbreaks.com commitment to its customers is reflected in some of the new features of the website. Its ‘Price Promise’ allows customers to price match offers against other golf breaks guaranteeing the best price possible. Its improved search facilities make it even easier for golfers to find their perfect golf break that matches their needs and budget.

With over 10 years experience, the Golfbreaks.com sales team have the expertise to deal with any golf break requirements. By booking early for their 2009 golf break to Europe and the Rest of the World, golfers can take advantage of the ‘early birdie’ promotion and save £300 on their next break. For those wanting to stay closer to home, the summer sizzler breaks in the UK offer great value for any golfer looking to play right now.

Golfbreaks.com www.golfbreaks.com

       

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