02 Oct 19
Pink Vehicle Leasing, the car and van leasing specialists, has further strengthened its reputation in golf by becoming a PGA Partner.
The Leicester-based company stock a wide range of car and van lease deals for all types of budgets, with a choice of makes and models to suit personal and business needs.
As part of the new three-year agreement, PGA Members will enjoy exclusive car lease rates and a reward scheme has been set up for PGA Members to earn additional revenue through referring their clients and club members.
In addition, Pink Vehicle Leasing will be offering incentives such as competitions to play in pro-ams and tickets to top level cricket, football and rugby matches.
Simon Hill of Pink Vehicle Leasing commented: “Our relationship with golf goes back over 15 years through being a partner at the British Par 3 and 2 Senior Tour Events to being a sponsor at our local club, The Leicestershire Golf Club.
“We see golf as a way to expand our customer base while supporting PGA Professionals and The PGA in an environment where we are passionate.
“Pink will not only be supplying great lease rates but also offering market updates and useful tips around owning and leasing a car. There will also be preferential rates with the likes of The AA, ATS and Kwikfit available.”
Pink Vehicle Leasing Brand Ambassador, PGA Professional and Ryder Cup Player, Peter Baker, added: “The great thing for PGA Members is that the vehicle order process is so simple, customer service is excellent, and it’s fantastic that PGA Members can refer their clients and club members.”
Liam Greasley, PGA‘s Executive Director – Commercial, commented: “We’re delighted to welcome Pink Vehicle Leasing as a PGA Partner. This is a fantastic addition to the existing vehicle offers available to PGA Members and we are looking forward to working with Simon and the team long into the future.”
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