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Reaping the Education Rewards

Turf Rewards, the loyalty scheme from ICL and Syngenta, provides the opportunity for customers to earn points from purchases that can then be exchanged against a fantastic selection of agronomic or turf related items and learning opportunities, including BIGGA ‘Continue to Learn’ vouchers. 

Two Turf Rewards participants who have recently used the scheme for ‘Continue to Learn’ education vouchers are Gordon Moir, Director of Greenkeeping at St Andrews Links Trust and Andy Wood, Course Manager at Robin Hood Golf Club in the West Midlands.

Gordon Moir explained: “I used Turf Rewards to buy education vouchers as it allowed me to send more staff to BTME to take part in the seminars as well as take in part of the exhibition. I thought this was a great way of sharing things around more of the team."

Andy Wood agreed: "We decided to opt for the education vouchers this year and the team will be using them at BTME in 2017.  I think it’s an excellent way to reward the whole team rather than any one individual. Turf Rewards is a great scheme. We are already planning our next Turf Rewards purchase which is likely to be the soil moisture meter. It’s such a fantastic scheme and allows us to get training/tools without having to budget for them.”

It’s easy to sign-up to Turf Rewards. Simply visit www.turfrewards.com and start registering your purchases. 

Please contact ICL on 01473 237100 or visit www.icl-sf.co.uk

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