John Deere Partners with Club Managers Association of Europe

London, England: John Deere has announced a new official supplier agreement with the Club Managers Association of Europe (CMAE), to further support the association’s vision of being the leading organisation for club management educational programmes.
The CMAE is a non-profit professional association for club manager education.
“We are delighted to partner with the CMAE and so make ourselves available to its membership for advice and support,” said Carlos Aragones, European Turf Sales & Marketing Manager, John Deere, an Executive Member of the Asian Golf Industry Federation.
Aragones added: “Continued education is a core pillar of the John Deere philosophy and we look forward to supporting the CMAE in its quest to increase club manager education across Europe.”
Torbjorn Johansson, the CMAE’s Director of Education, said: “As the CMAE continues to grow and evolve we are always pleased to welcome industry leading brands such as John Deere. Our stated aim is to continue with our evolution and execution of educational programmes.”
Under the terms of the agreement, both organisations will begin working together on the lead up to the CMAE’s annual conference, which will take place in November in Marbella, Spain.
 

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