20 Feb 19
PowaKaddy, the world’s leading electronic trolley brand, has reinforced its relationship with The PGA by upgrading to PGA Partner status as part of a multi-year agreement.
As part of its new status as exclusive trolley partner, PowaKaddy is licensed to use the PGA trade mark and will have special access to PGA Members to grow brand support and drive greater awareness.
The PGA enters into strategic partnerships with brands which it recognises for their professionalism, experience and quality. PowaKaddy has maintained a long-standing relationship with The PGA and now progresses from the Official Supplier brand designation to earn Partner status.
PowaKaddy CEO David Catford commented: “We are delighted to be extending our relationship with The PGA. We are a highly ambitious company and this partnership is very important for us as we continue to strengthen PowaKaddy’s status as the number one electronic trolley brand.
“Our connection to the PGA Professional is a vital part of communicating our brand messages to the customer which is why we are very proud to align ourselves with one of the most highly respected associations in golf.
“Supporting The PGA and maintaining close ties to the grass roots professional is something which gives us great satisfaction and I’m thrilled that this will continue for years to come.”
Commenting on the partnership, Liam Greasley, The PGA’s Executive Director – Commercial, said: “PowaKaddy has been a valued PGA Official Supplier for almost ten years so The PGA is delighted to welcome them on board as a PGA Partner.
“We look forward to working with PowaKaddy for many years to come as our Members continue to educate and promote golfers around the world about PowaKaddy products, while also enjoying commercial benefits themselves.”
For further information, retailers should contact their Area Sales Manager or call the brand direct on 01795 473555. Visit www.powakaddy.co.uk to view the entire PowaKaddy range of high-performance trolleys, bags, batteries and accessories.
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