Wil­liam Bain light­ens Hill­side

The Manica Post - - Sport - Ray Bande Se­nior Re­porter

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.

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