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Busy week ahead for Club Car at the EGBC

12.58am 1st December 2009 - Exhibitions & ConferencesSponsorship & Events - This story was updated on Friday, March 19th, 2010

Club Car, the world’s leading supplier of golf cars and utility vehicles, will once again be one of the proud sponsors of the European Golf Business Conference 2009, from 2-4 December in Amsterdam, and has a busy week of product launches, customer meetings and marketing activities planned.

At this year’s conference Club Car will officially launch the revolutionary GUARDIAN | SVC, the first and only asset management tool that protects the investment placed in both the golf course and its golf car fleet.

Guardian incorporates the most desirable course management features of GPS technology – including limiting vehicle access, controlling vehicle speed, reviewing the history of where a golf car has been driven and monitoring and diagnosing vehicle performance – into a system that can be accessed from any computer with an Internet connection.

Club Car will also be supporting the first ever European Multi Course Owners Meeting on the opening day of the conference, where some of the most influential companies in the European golf business will gather to discuss the issues and opportunities facing larger scale developments.

In addition Club Car will promote its longstanding relationship with the Ryder Cup by showcasing the famous Captain’s Cars. The cars that will be in the thick of the action at Celtic Manor in 2010, driven by captains Colin Montgomerie and Corey Pavin, will be on display in the foyer of the European Golf Business Conference.

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