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Etesia UK Dealers Rewarded with trip to Japan

Three lucky Etesia UK dealers recently jetted off to the Land of the Rising Sun and an once-in-a-lifetime trip, as part of the company’s Attila sales competition.

With a total of twenty places on offer, entry was open to all Etesia outlets across the whole of Europe. In announcing the UK winners at the Etesia UK ‘Partners in Excellence’ awards held last month, Etesia's operations director, Les Malin said:

"Competition has been fierce throughout the year, so I am delighted that so many dealers from the UK have responded to the challenge and won a chance to visit Japan. Their achievements reflect the increasing success of Attila ride-on and pedestrian brushcutters in this country."

UK dealers who joined Etesia's party were:

Bartram Mowers

Ron Smith & Co

RT Machinery

The fabulous itinerary included sight-seeing and experiencing traditional Japanese hospitality and cuisine, as well as making a visit to the Orec and Toyota factories.

For further information, please contact Etesia UK on 01295 680120 or visit www.etesia.co.uk

For more news, reviews and insightful views, you can follow Etesia UK on Twitter @EtesiaUK and like the company’s Facebook page – www.facebook.com/EtesiaUK. You can also view the latest Etesia videos by visiting www.youtube.com/EtesiaUK.

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