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Turfco celebrates 50 years of topdressing

12.07am 24th August 2011 - Corporate - This story was updated on Wednesday, August 24th, 2011

Celebrating 50 years of topdressing, Turfco, the Minnesota-based manufacturer and inventor of the first mechanised topdresser, has launched a promotional campaign which offers the chance to win one of six Apple I-Pads and at the end of the year, a Turfco topdresser. Turfco is marketed across Europe by Ransomes Jacobsen.

To qualify for the ‘Anniversary Giveaway’ participants simply register once by completing a short on-line form at http://www.turfco.com/50years/. Names will be drawn throughout the remainder of the year and the six lucky winners will receive an Apple I-Pad. At the end of the year, a Grand Prize Draw will be held with the winner receiving a Turfco WideSpin 1540 EC topdresser, the most advanced material handler of its type available today.

Turfco introduced the first mechanised topdresser in 1961. This invention resulted in 50 years of turning customer expectations into topdresser innovation. Today’s range of Turfco equipment represents the latest technology available for improving turf health and playability.

Scott Kinkead, Executive Vice President at Turfco Manufacturing Inc said: “For the past 50 years, in conjunction with golf course managers around the globe, we have been designing topdressers that provide unprecedented flexibility and performance, delivering the exact spread and quantity required, while keeping operator control simple and intuitive.

“To celebrate this, our Anniversary Giveaway provides the opportunity to win an equally innovative prize, be it Apple’s esteemed I-Pad or our very own WideSpin 1540 EC. It’s simple to enter and the possible reward is a great prize.”

For more information about Turfco products, please visit: www.ransomesjacobsen.com

 

       

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