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RAMming home success

12.10am 30th June 2004 - Corporate

UK Golf Services this week announced that their RAM Golf brand experienced astonishing growth last year with early indications suggesting that this momentum will be maintained throughout 2004.
UK Golf Services managing director, Graeme Stevens, was delighted to give an insight into the company’s continued success with the announcement of last year’s impressive financial results. The company’s turnover in the year to December 2003 was £4.8 million, up 94% on the previous year, whilst profit increased by 116%. Graeme also revealed that this positive trend is being sustained with March and April’s combined turnover up 75% on last year.
“I am delighted with the current growth and success of the RAM brand,” he said. “Since purchasing the brand in 1999 we have turned around its fortunes and are now bringing to the market some outstanding products. Retailers and consumers now recognise that RAM products offer great performance at highly competitive prices.”
Among the new products RAM’s FX recovery club was acclaimed by the golf media for its forgiveness and playability and exceeded all expectations, selling an amazing 25,000 units since its launch in January. Additionally, following the huge success of the award winning FX Ti 440 driver, RAM launched the new FX V series 450 Ti composite driver. The club’s carbon-graphite and titanium mix not only delivers greater distance and forgiveness off the tee but also highlights RAM Golf’s commitment to using the latest available technology.
2004 will undoubtedly be an exciting year for UK Golf Services with the introduction of more new products from RAM Golf and the addition of Stuburt to its brand portfolio. The UK golf shoe manufacturer will make its much-anticipated return to leading golf stores and pro shops from early August.
RAM Golf www.ramgolf.co.uk

       

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