TaylorMade-adidas Golf has confirmed its partnership with the Fractional Life Expo 2008, the largest and most diverse consumer fractional ownership and asset-sharing exhibition in the world.
The Oceanico Group Fractional Life Expo 2008 takes place between 28th and 30th April, at the Broadgate Event Venue in the heart of the City of London.
With golf a major attraction for consumers considering fractional property purchases overseas, TaylorMade will be offering attendees the opportunity to be some of the very first consumers in the UK to try its new range of products including: Tour Burner Driver, r7 CGB MAX Limited Driver, r7 CGB Max Rescue, Tour Burner Iron and Spider putter, which has taken the professional Tour by storm. Also on display will be the new range of adidas apparel and footwear as worn by Justin Rose and Sergio Garcia.
In addition TaylorMade European Tour player, Simon Khan, winner of the Celtic Manor Wales Open in 2004, will be attending the event on the 29th April from 11.00am to 15.00pm and attendees will be able to watch Simon demonstrate the benefits of modern technology and provide useful tips and insights that can help game improvement.
The Fractional Life Expo caters to the growing number of people who want to enjoy ownership of life’s luxury items – without the ties, responsibilities and capital outlay of a complete purchase. Organised by Fractional Life Limited, it showcases the opportunities for shared ownership of a diverse range of luxury items, including property, yachts, jets, classic cars and supercars, racehorses, designer handbags, fine wines and of course, golf equipment.
Matthew Johnson, head of marketing for TaylorMade-adidas Golf said, “TaylorMade-adidas is delighted to partner the Fractional Life Expo in 2008 and be associated with some of the leading brands in the world. Dedicated to innovation and producing the best performing products in golf we feel our presence and the opportunity to test products, which are used by some of the best players in the world, will be of significant interest to the attendees at the event”