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UK Golf Services unveils new sales force

12.05am 21st October 2004 - People

UK Golf Services has unveiled a new sales team to meet the growing demands of its rapidly expanding business. A combination of internal promotions and new appointments, the restructuring marks an important step in the company’s bid to establish itself firmly in the mass, value market, with its RAM Golf and stuburt brands.
A full-time sales force dedicated solely to the RAM and stuburt brands has been established under the leadership of new national sales manager, Steve Grant. One of the longest serving members of UK Golf Services staff, Grant has been rewarded for his significant contribution to the company’s recent success and will report directly to managing director, Graeme Stevens.
“I am delighted with the make-up of the new sales team. They bring a wealth of industry experience to UK Golf Services. This move signals the next step in the development of the company as we look to grow the business from its current £6 million turnover to £10 million in 2005,” said Graeme Stevens.
The new five man strong sales team combines a great mix of experience and enthusiasm and consists of: Andrew Gant – North West, Richard Burn – North East & East Midlands, Nick Brimble – South West, Steve Weait – South and Ray Allen in the North, Midlands, Home Counties & East Anglia. Further additions to the team for the Irish market are soon to be announced.
UK Golf Services are predicting further growth in 2005. With some major product launches planned for Ram Golf, and stuburt continuing to build on its successful summer re-launch with the introduction of a ladies range and additional men’s models, it is guaranteed to be an exciting year ahead for the new sales team, retailers and consumers alike.
RAM Golf www.ramgolf.co.uk and stuburt www.stuburt.com

       

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