Charleston, South Carolina, United States: The National Golf Course Owners Association (NGCOA) has announced a new corporate partnership agreement with John Deere, a worldwide leading manufacturer of turf, construction and agricultural equipment.
“NGCOA has the good fortune of support and involvement of so many great companies in the golf industry, which now includes John Deere,” said Jay Karen, Chief Executive Officer of NGCOA.
“John Deere leadership understands the value of helping owners and operators solve problems and grow their businesses. We are thrilled to make progress in this industry together.”
Through this new partnership, John Deere is actively supporting NGCOA’s most important priorities on behalf of golf course owners and operators.
In particular, Deere will be involved in the Golf Business Conference, Multi-Course Owners Retreat, Golf Business magazine and other educational priorities, including the forthcoming Golf Business Podcast. The podcast will be produced in the new ‘John Deere Digital Studio’.
“We are proud to partner with the NGCOA to support their mission for advocacy, education and support for golf course owners and operators,” said Rob Jeske, North American Business Manager for John Deere, an Executive Member of the Asian Golf Industry Federation.
“John Deere has always been committed to the success of course owners and operators, and this initiative is one more way we can support them and the overall golf industry,” he added.
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