William Bain lightens Hillside
HILLSIDE Golf course was a hive of activity recently as participants braved the searing heat to partake in the inaugural Mutare Golf Afternoon in a rare feat for golfers in the eastern border city, thanks to William Bain and Company Holdings.
More than 30 golfers took part in the event.
William Bain and Company Holdings Mutare branch manager Brighton Matsaira was satisfied with the turnout and pledged to have more tournaments at the same venue in due course.
“We are happy with the turnout that we got for the Mutare Golf Afternoon. This is part of our community social responsibility as William Bain and Company Holdings Mutare.
‘‘It is also one of the ways that we think we can reach out to potential clients and we are happy to have started well. We are hoping to have more similar tournaments and even much bigger events here,” he said.
William and Bain and Company recently reopened their Mutare branch as a part of their strategic drive to efficiently and effectively serve all customers across Manicaland and beyond.
Willian Bain and Company has a growing network of branches in Bulawayo, Triangle, Harare, Marondera, Chinhoyi and now Mutare.
William Bain continues to be key New Holland partner and having served the nation for 96 years it is still one of the few companies manufacturing proudly Zimbabwean products with heir manufacturing plants actively servicing the agricultural community with implements for all crops.
The company houses international brands such as Beroni, Sfoggia, Makpharm and Iveco among others.
Their products range from tractors to implements and spares, making it a one stop shop for farmers.
Some of the participants Caleb Kunze (Left) and Auther Nyazika (individual stabbleford) during the Mutare Golf Afternoon at Hillside Golf Club, recently.