Just a week away!

With the first event in the MAP Live series now less than 1 week away STRI and Fleet Line Markers are the latest, firms to confirm their attendance, according to the organisers.
STRI Project Manager Darra Hudner will be presenting the latest techniques and advances in sports turf management, along with some interesting stories on his role in preparing the equestrian course for the Olympics 2012 and preparing the pitches for the World Cup 2014 in Brazil.
Carolyn Beadsmoore, Head of Sales & Marketing, explains: “STRI is pleased to announce their support for the MAP Live 2013 events running across the UK from April to July. One of STRI’s aims is to share information and knowledge and these events support that goal and provide a platform for learning in the industry at a regional level. STRI encourages all sports turf managers to attend to see first-hand the latest techniques, machinery and products being used for effective and sustainable turf management.”
Fleet (Line Markers) Ltd will be marking out 6 scaled-down pitches for various sports in the BAGMA demo arena at each event, Iain Courage of Fleet says : “When recognised as the best, the best way to prove it is by demonstration days such as MAP Live. So when asked to take part in MAP Live’s 6 events, Fleet leapt at the opportunity. The best way to prove the product is to demonstrate the product. More and more customers are finding that Fleet products can save them money over competitors products as they can be diluted a lot further to achieve a similar, arguably better result, on the ground. “
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A taste of the event can be seen on YouTube – Visit http://youtu.be/Ens_BNwBEwk
Just some of those planning their involvement across the series include Avant Tecno, BAGMA, Blec Global, Bryson Tractors, Campey Turfcare, The Compact Tractor Company, Complete Weed Control, Digacrusher, Fleet Line Markers, Horticulture Week, JCB Utility Vehicles, Mark Harrod, Muthing, New Holland, Rampco, Reform, Remu, Rotar, Simon Richard, STRI, What Kit, and Worsley Plant….

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