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Yamaha Motor appoint Will Scotson as National Golf Car Sales Manager

2.14pm 21st November 2014 - People

Will Scotson
Will Scotson

Yamaha Motor UK Ltd, based in Woking, Surrey, is delighted to confirm the appointment of Will Scotson in the role of National Golf Car Sales Manager.

Will brings a wealth of experience from the vehicle battery market, where he has worked for the last 16 years, most recently for the Trojan distributor as their National Sales Manager.

Commenting on the appointment, Yamaha`s UK Country Manager Lee Neesham said: “As more and more of our golf car business moves to deep-cycle battery power, it is vital that we increase our ability to support this market. Will`s knowledge, professionalism and dedicated support for customers will be, without doubt, a great benefit for all in the future.”

The Yamaha golf car brand boasts partnerships with some of the best known venues in the UK, from the St Andrews Old Course where it currently has an exclusive supplier agreement, to the Wentworth Golf Club and the Dartmouth Golf & Country Club. It also has many prestigious agreements with highly respected companies, such as Crown Golf and My Time Active.

Yamaha golf cars and utility carts can also be found outside the traditional golf course market, where they are in use with National Trust sites, hospitals, airports and retail complexes.

Historically powered by petrol, Yamaha buggies have seen a growing percentage running on battery-power, offering clean convenience, safety with zero environmental emissions, and virtually silent use.

For more information about the Yamaha golf and utility vehicle sales and lease business, please contact Will Scotson on 01932 358000, email will.scotson@yamaha-motor.co.uk

Yamaha Motor (UK) Ltd www.yamaha-motor.co.uk

 

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