ProTee United B.V. develops, implements and maintains state-of-the-art golf simulation systems at its headquarters and showroom located in Zaltbommel in the Netherlands.
The ProTee system is aimed at the domestic market, rather than commercial operators, and allows golfers to use their own golf clubs and play a complete round of golf – or maybe just practice, working on that swing fault – in the comfort of home or office. If space permits the views of the golf course can be projected onto a large screen set in front of the player but they can equally well be viewed on a computer monitor set to the side.
The golf simulators from ProTee United are already available in the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg and England and most recently in South Korea and the United States. Dennis van Drie, director of ProTee United, says, “Our distribution centre in Zaltbommel is set up for fast worldwide delivery. We have gained sound experience with international resellers and have now started a campaign to expand our sales network. Nowhere in the world can you buy golf simulators at a better price and performance ratio. We therefore expect to achieve results quickly.”
ProTee United will be present at Golf Europe 2005 where the company hopes to find and recruit resellers. The exhibition, concerning and dedicated to golf, is the biggest in Europe and will be held this year from 2nd-4th October in Munich.
Dennis van Drie concludes, “In addition to this we have many other plans. We will not be satisfied until we have world wide coverage. Our resellers can rely on both technical and marketing support. We really want to work together with our sales network and therefore offer items such as promotional material and product training. Because our products are modular they are affordable for everyone and suitable for a wide target group. I expect therefore to gain a lot of interest from companies wanting to become resellers.”
ProTee United www.protee-united.com
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