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Srixon Showcases Commitment To Retail Partners

1.20pm 27th January 2016 - Corporate

Srixon 2013-AD333Dozen2Srixon has announced that it will be supporting retailer partners following Bridgestone’s impending exit from the UK market.

Showcasing its commitment to supporting its retail partners, Srixon has promised to take away your Bridgestone golf balls (up to 12 dozen) and replace the stock with the equivalent Srixon golf ball free of charge, providing the equivalent amount is purchased at the same time.

This opportunity is available on the full range of Srixon golf balls and includes, the AD333, the UK’s long-standing #1 two-piece golf ball.

“We are always looking at areas to support our long standing retail partners and are committed to helping them achieve their business objectives, commented Ben Davis, Srixon Brand Marketing Manager.

“Our all-encompassing range of performance golf balls, including the UK’s #1 two-piece golf ball, the AD333 represents a great business proposition for retailers. With the upcoming launch of AD333 Tour and the all-new UltiSoft I am confident 2016 is going to see increased demand for our products,” added Davis.

For more information on this promotion please contact your Srixon Regional Area Manager for more details. Please also enquire about our 2016 pre-book deals at the same time.

Srixon golf balls are trusted on tour by a wide selection of the game’s leading professional players, including Major Champions, Graeme McDowell, Keegan Bradley and David Toms, WGC Champions, Shane Lowry and Russell Knox and PGA and European Tour winners, JB Holmes, Hideki Matsuyama, KJ Choi and Miguel Angel Jimenez amongst many others.

*One deal per account only

**Valid until 31st March 2016



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