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GTOC Partners With Travel Insurance Specialists Golfguard Ltd

12.01am 23rd December 2013 - Travel - This story was updated on Sunday, December 22nd, 2013

GTOC websiteGTOC the consortium of seven established UK Golf Tour Operators and Europe’s Largest Independent Golf Travel Group announce a new partnership agreement with Golfguard Ltd (www.golfguard.com) who have been appointed as their recommended provider of travel and golf insurance to their clients.

Golfguard has been arranging specialist sports insurance for over 25 years and is widely recognised as a leading provider of highly competitive travel and golf cover. Golfguard travel insurance continues to be a Which? Magazine Best Buy and thousands of golfers and non golfers travel with cover arranged by Golfguard every year.

Golfguard is pleased to be partnering with GTOC and looks forward to offering their clients a range of insurance products that they will find difficult to match elsewhere.

Margaret Belsey, Managing Director of Golfguard is quoted as saying: “Golfguard is very pleased to enter into this partnership agreement with the GTOC Consortium. Both offer excellent client service and provide quality products at exceptional value. The tie up between us will allow clients to arrange comprehensive insurance cover at a competitive premium so they can relax and enjoy their golf or golfing holiday.”

GTOC continues to provide brands and organisations with highly targeted sales and marketing opportunities to communicate with over 250,000 golfers who actively play the game and who regularly purchase golf holidays and other golf related products and services. GTOC’s portfolio of sales and marketing formats includes advertising on the seven member websites, email newsletters, database marketing and event marketing with numerous golf events staged each year in the UK and Europe.

GTOC www.gtoc.co.uk

 

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