Glenmuir and Sunderland of Scotland Achieve Record Sales at Harrogate
Story published at 10:08, Wednesday, October 21st, 2015
Glenmuir, the renowned heritage Scottish golf clothing brand, Sunderland of Scotland, the original outerwear brand and golf rain glove brand MacWet achieved record sales at The 2015 Golf Trade Show with their value of orders written during the week increasing 20% vs. last year.
Glenmuir’s UK Sales Director, Matthew Eagle said: “The Golf Show at Harrogate was the ideal platform for us to showcase the skills, passion and craftsmanship we put into our Glenmuir and Sunderland of Scotland collections and the personal service we provide to all golf professionals. It was a wonderful opportunity to see many of our customers and we thank them for taking the time to visit our stand. Our products and service seem to have resonated with our customers and this was evident by the levels of orders taken through the week, beating our previous best Golf Show week by approximately 20%.”
At this year’s show the highlight was the launch of the Glenmuir Spring Summer 2016 collection which was showcased upon three contemporary colour trends which embraced the natural hues of the Scottish landscape creating a colourful yet classic and elegant offering for the modern sporting gentleman and gentlewoman. The launch of the “Next Generation of Sunderland of Scotland” with the introduction of a Lifetime Waterproof Guarantee also resonated with the customers at the 2015 Golf Show at Harrogate.
On the future of the brand whose 125th Anniversary will take place in 2016, Glenmuir’s Managing Director Mikhel Ruia, added: “Our investment in The Golf Trade Show further cements our commitment to PGA Professionals and retailers. Our team here in Lanark put a great deal of passion, skill and care in producing and delivering the finest golf clothing efficiently to our customers. To see our customers continually putting their trust in us to deliver and continuing to do repeat business with us is a testament to the effort and focus of the entire Glenmuir and Sunderland of Scotland team.”