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TeeGenius makes an offer

8.20am 31st August 2006 - Corporate

TeeGenius is an online tee-time booking service that allows golfers to search availability at courses in their area – with no charge for joining or booking. After launching in south-west England and south Wales, focusing on Bristol, Gloucester, Newbury, Newport and Cardiff, the service has now added the London area. The one-stop shop also includes in-depth course profiles.
The company plans further expansion, ultimately to include the whole of the UK and part of this growth will come through personal recommendations of people who have already used the service.
As part of its continued promotion the company has teamed up with Trendygolf.com to give away a £20 clothes voucher for every tee-time for two or more people booked via TeeGenius during September. In addition, anyone who recommends a friend to the service will receive a £10 Trendygolf voucher when the newcomer makes their first booking.
Trendygolf is the largest online retailer of golf latest fashions in the UK with a range that includes J. Lindeberg, Tommy Hilfiger, Puma and Pringle.
Jago Brown, managing director of TeeGenius, said, “We’re delighted to announce this offer to our users. It’s a great way to say thank you for their support and show how much we value them.”
Ian Mcleod, Trendygolf’s managing director, said, “This is a great opportunity for us to introduce ourselves to golfers who may not have heard of us before and show them our new ranges.
“TeeGenius offers a great service that golf has been crying out for. Like us it’s a company that fits in with the new image of golf and one we’re proud to be associated with.”
TeeGenius www.teegenius.co.uk
Trendygolf www.trendygolf.com

       

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