Rigby Taylor’s pictorial round-up of success at BTME : Rigby Taylor enjoyed a very successful BTME this year, with a constant stream of customers – existing and new – to its impressive stand.
Here’s a pictorial review of just some of the company’s highlights at this year’s event.
Winner of the BIGGA Championship Greenkeeping Performance of the Year, sponsored by Rigby Taylor, was presented to Course Manager Grant Peters and his team at Parkstone Golf Club for hosting the European Ladies Amateur Championship.
Alan Ferguson, FIFA Senior Pitch Management Manager, was the special guest at the Rigby Taylor ‘after show’ event hosted together with Rain Bird, Tillers Turf and Top Green. Alan gave the audience of more than 100 grounds professionals an insight into his role and an update on the progress of the Qatar 2022 World Cup stadia where he and his team will have responsibility for pitch installation and management.
The Rigby Taylor stand attracted a huge number of visitors and was constantly busy throughout the show. Richard Fry, Rigby Taylor’s Marketing Director, commented: “This year’s show was busy from the morning of the first day and it was notable for not just the quality but also the quality of visitors. In addition, a large number of overseas visitors provided an international dimension to the show”
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