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TORO Company renews partnership with EGCOA

10.33am 19th April 2013 - Corporate

Lodewijk Klootwijk (left) and John McPhee
Lodewijk Klootwijk (left) and John McPhee

The European Golf Course Owners Association (EGCOA) and The TORO Company have announced their renewed partnership. TORO, an industry leader in turf maintenance machinery and Irrigation systems has been a preferred supplier of the EGCOA since the inauguration of the organisation in 2006.

The renewed agreement extends their support for a further 3 years and sees TORO actively involved as a partner in the European Multi Course Owners Meeting hosted annually by the EGCOA at the European Golf Business Conference along with continued interaction with EGCOA members.

‘TORO has been a fantastic supporter of the EGCOA since the start of our organisation providing us with a strong foundation for growth. Their on-going support has greatly assisted us to develop now into an organisation representing more than 950 golf facilities across Europe. Their dedication and support of not only our organisation but the industry as a whole drives business forward and facilitates the growth of the industry. We are looking forward to continuing our partnership with TORO and are honored to have the support of such a market leading organisation’ says EGCOA Director Lodewijk Klootwijk.

‘We strongly believe that the Toro–EGCOA partnership is a great fit. Both parties are committed to growing the game of golf in Europe,” said John McPhee, Director of Marketing for Toro International. “Owners, superintendents and club managers around the world count on Toro for innovative products that provide reliable performance, while helping them increase course playability and profitability. We are excited to continue our partnership with an outstanding organization that continues to grow within the industry.’

EGCOA www.egcoa.eu

TORO www.toro.com

       

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