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SkyCaddie's tempting trade-in
July 11, 2012

Leading GPS brand SkyCaddie is offering golfers a limited-time opportunity to get a brand-new SkyCaddie at a significant discount.

Until August 15th 2012, existing SkyCaddie customers can get a discount when they upgrade to the firm’s new wireless SGXW model (pictured right), by trading-in their used SkyCaddie at any participating UK stockist.

“We have had a superb response to the new SGXW,” said Skyhawke Technologies Uk Managing Director, Jacqui Hitchcock, “and we want to make it as easy as possible for all SkyCaddie owners to experience its new features. We have tens of thousands of loyal customers in the UK, some of whom have owned several different SkyCaddie models, and this trade-in promotion is one way of our thanking them for their loyalty.”

With the majority of PGA professionals in the UK stocking SkyCaddie, golfers can simply approach their local PGA pro for a trade-in. Or you can call SkyCaddie’s Buckinghamshire HQ on 01844 296350 to find your nearest stockist.





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