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New incentive scheme launched at Mottram Hall
August 6, 2010

With the golf season in full swing, De Vere's Mottram Hall has pitched in with the launch of a new incentive scheme designed to attract corporate golf days to the Cheshire based venue. 

Free corporate golf membership, valued at £3,000, is on offer to any company or organisation spending £10,000 or more on a company golf day at Mottram Hall in either 2010 or 2011. 

The corporate membership will entitle the holder to enjoy reciprocal golf at all of the De Vere golf resorts, up to 20 rounds per annum, as well as one four ball round per day at Mottram Hall itself (Mon-Fri).

Tim Hudspith, head of golf at Mottram Hall, said: "Even in these challenging times staging a golf day is one of the preferred activity choices for businesses looking to build relationships with customers and staff.  A corporate day on the golf course can help keep a business one step ahead of the competition and this promotion is a fantastic corporate incentive opportunity.  

"Mottram Hall offers the perfect location and with this one off offer for a year's free golf that can be enjoyed by the company there has never been a better time to book an event. Not only does the membership give access to De Vere's championship golf courses throughout the country, but the holder will also receive discounts on accommodation, dining, spa and conference facilities."

Companies who have staged company golf days at Mottram Hall so far this year include Warburton's, Audi, Danish Crown and Royal Bank of Scotland.

To qualify for the offer the golf day must be booked and confirmed before the end of September 2010, with membership starting from when payment for the golf day has been received.  The offer applies to new business only.

For all enquiries please call 01625 828135 or visit www.devere.co.uk .








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