Mullen Technologies, Inc. announced today their participation in the 2015 PGA of British Columbia Buying Show in Vancouver, British Columbia with its’ partner DSG TAG Systems, a global leader in the design, manufacture, and marketing of fleet management solutions for the golf industry.
The annual PGA of BC Buying Show is located in the Richmond Olympic Oval, only five minutes from the Vancouver airport. The show features industry exhibitors showcasing products on an array of products, from equipment, apparel, carts, accessories, golf balls, footwear, training aids, software, sunglasses, signage, and storage solutions to name a few. The Show is attended by the majority of the PGA of BC membership, representing over 120 golf facilities throughout the province, making it the largest golf buying show in British Columbia, with over $2 Million in orders written.
Mullen is introducing its’ golf version of the Mullen 100e All-Electric LSV at this show. The Mullen 100e, which comes standard with four wheel disc breaks, independent suspension, a top speed of 40 MPH and a 90 mile range on a single charge, has been modified for the golf course with a golf bag holder and step, two divot repair kits, a cooler and a ball and club wash attachment. Mullen is very enthusiastic about its’ partnership with DSG TAG Systems, which will be utilizing the Mullen 100e and 100e4 (two and four passenger LSVs) to implement their state of the art fleet management technology to high end golf courses worldwide.
DSG TAG Systems is a global leader in the design, manufacture, and marketing of fleet management solutions for the golf industry, as well as commercial, government and military applications. The company was founded by a group of individuals who have dedicated their careers to fleet management technologies and have been at the forefront of the industry’s most innovative developments.
Mullen Technologies, Inc. is committed to not only low cost, high quality product, but to being a fiscally responsible organization that values good business sense and refuses to spend indiscriminately or irresponsibly.
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Mullen Technologies, Inc.
300 and 308 East Second Avenue
La Habra California 90631
Phone: (888) 606-0050