New Car Corporate Drive at the Cut
Image: The Cut Golf Course’s general manager Neill Davey (right) with Keith Bedell, owner Thrifty Car & Truck Rental Bassendean.
A new vehicle at The Cut Golf Course has started a new era in corporate relations for the popular course, and will drive more companies to its greens and fairways.
In a new era partnership, The Cut general manager Neill Davey has taken delivery of a 2019 Mitsubishi Triton. The vehicle, which is wrapped in The Cut’s corporate branding, has been donated to the club by Thrifty Car & Truck Rental, Bassendean.
Owner Keith Bedell said the sponsorship gave the business many benefits, including a new annual golf day to invite and entertain key clients.
Neill Davey welcomed the partnership, saying the club would benefit from increased exposure to Thrifty’s corporate clients and the mobile advertising platform which the wrapped vehicle afforded the golf course.
“It is the start of a new era for us. We have commenced a new corporate marketing campaign which will see more companies and local businesses utilising our greens and fairways,” he said.
The Cut came in at #17 in the Top 100 Public Golf Courses in Australia from golf website Auzgolf’s recent 2019 Golf Course Guide. Membership of the club is continuing to grow through learn-to-golf clinics such as The Cut’s Ladies Swing & Chat and the Men’s Drive & Unwind programs which have been fully subscribed.