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BTME showcase for Club Car’s asset management tool

12.15am 27th January 2010 - New Products - This story was updated on Tuesday, June 15th, 2010

Club Car, the # 1 golf car and utility vehicle manufacturer and recognised industry leaders in golf vehicle efficiency and performance once again used the BTME show in Harrogate to showcase their brand in the UK.

At this year’s show Club Car were showcasing 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.

Commenting on the success of the show, Roberto Gorostiaga, Sales and Marketing Director Club Car ESA said, “2009 was a challenging year for everyone but it is great to see so many people attending the show and taking a positive approach to 2010. It was a busy couple of days for us and the response and feedback on Guardian has been very encouraging.”

Club Car repeatedly leads the industry, a fact many attribute to the company’s winning style and state-of-the-art engineering. Due to ongoing commitment to innovation, quality and customer satisfaction, Club Car has manufactured the #1 rated golf car and utility vehicle, year on year.

“This is the reason why Club Car is the official car of many prestigious organisations including The European Tour, Ryder Cup and The US National Golf Course Owners Association. The preparation Club Car has made for tomorrow will serve you well today, through the decade, and into the 21st century,” Mr. Gorostiaga concluded..

Club Car www.clubcar.com

       

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