Nigel Walford from Atlas Heating

NMBS golf day goes "from strength to strength"

Published:  28 July, 2014

Sixty-five NMBS member representatives got together on 24 July at NMBS' annual golf day at the Forest of Arden Marriott Hotel & Country Club.

NMBS members and suppliers were divided into mixed teams to take part in the competition. Ian Marshall from IKO, and Paul Munro and Andrew Aspinall from A.R. Aspinalls & Sons formed the overall winning team.

Individual winners were announced as Roger Buss from Humber Merchants who took first place, while Bob Fleetwood of Kellaway Building Supplies came second, and Paul Munro of A.R Aspinall & Sons came third.

Additional prizes included: the Ladies prize for Marguerite Dickens of Martin & Partners; 'Nearest the pin' to Ken Schooling of Indesit; 'Longest drive' to Jack Rendal of Three Counties Timber & Building Supplies; and the Supplier prize was awarded to Ian Marshall of IKO.

The golf day is an opportunity for friendly competition and informal networking for NMBS members and suppliers.

Speaking of the day, NMBS events manager Sam Hunt, said: “We’re absolutely delighted that this year’s NMBS golf day proved to be so successful and well attended.

“The day remains a highly popular event and continues to go from strength to strength. It also provides a very clear example of NMBS’ commitment to bringing together independent merchants and building industry suppliers in the interests of forming mutually profitable relationships.”

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