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Toro Company joins Club Inc

7.44am 3rd August 2012 - Corporate

Niall Flanagan, Managing Director of Club Inc

Leading British golf club advisors Club Inc. has reached an agreement with The Toro Company, who will be the turf maintenance machinery and irrigation partner to the rapidly growing company and their ever-increasing database of Friends.

Under the terms of the agreement, Toro will work closely with Club Inc. to promote the benefits of Toro’s market leading equipment and after-sales service to their growing database of Friends.

“We are delighted to team up with Toro, a company that is seen as the top brand within their industry, and firmly believe this collaboration will be very beneficial to both companies,” said Niall Flanagan, Managing Director of Club Inc. and the former President and CEO at Loch Lomond Golf Club.

“We believe that our strategic partnership will prove to be a valuable additional resource for the portfolio of services offered by Club Inc. and will enable clients to benefit from our practical experience and industry leading products,” said Andrew Brown, Toro’s Corporate Accounts Manager.

Club Inc. is the brainchild of Flanagan who has held senior management positions at a number of the most prestigious golf clubs around the world. It provides clubs with the tools to improve business performance and longevity through a large number of their industry contacts.

Club Inc’s group of expert advisors cover every essential requirement to run a successful business including board/committee workshops, revenue generation, marketing, strategic planning, legal, training, executive search, food and beverage, finance and agronomy. It has also designed a bespoke career coaching package for individuals working within golf clubs and the wider golf industry to help them plan, deliver and succeed at their chosen careers.

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