County Turf is delighted to announce its attendance at the Bigga Turf Management Exhibition (BTME), taking place in Harrogate in January 2014.
The Scunthorpe-based, family-run firm is exhibiting alongside Mansfield Sand, supplier of sand based products including rootzone materials, topdressing and bunker sand, to showcase its broad range of turf and complementary products.
Managing Director Andy Fraser and his team are passionate about growing the very best quality turf for sports stadiums, golf courses, architects, landscapers and wholesalers.
They have been growing over 1,400 acres of high quality turf on some of the coarsest, free-draining sand in the UK since 1995.
In that time they have gained a reputation in the industry for supplying premium quality turf and excellent customer service thanks to their dedicated team of experienced staff.
County Turf is committed to ensuring that the turf grown and supplied is of the highest quality and they continually invest in the latest machinery and turf technology to ensure they remain at the forefront of the industry.
County Turf is proud to have maintained longstanding relationships with many customers who are based all over the UK and in Europe.
Some of the well-known venues County Turf have previously supplied include the London 2012 Olympic Stadium, Lord's Cricket Ground, Croke Park, and many golf clubs including Loch Lomond, La Moye in Jersey, Carnegie Links at Skibo Castle, Castle Stuart and The London Golf Club.
Andy Fraser said: "This is the first time that we are exhibiting at BTME and we are really pleased to be supporting such a great industry event. We are looking forward to showcasing our range of turf products designed specifically for sports surfaces and golf courses."
County Turf is a Member of Turf Producers International and the Turfgrass Growers' Association, supplying TGA certified turf grown to its stringent criteria. It is also a proud sponsor of the STRI Golf Environment Awards.
The Bigga Turf Management Exhibition takes place at the Harrogate International Centre from 21st-23rd January 2014.
For further information visit: www.countyturf.co.uk