Dennis and SISIS, leading British manufacturers of innovative world class turf maintenance equipment, have reported a very successful Golf Industry Show in Orlando in early February during which they launched two new SISIS products to the US market, generated high quality enquiries and sold several machines from the stand.
Dennis and SISIS return to BTME 2014 on stand A5 with a continuation of the successful product launches from IOG SALTEX earlier this year. The joint stand will feature a range of products that have been engineered to provide turf professionals with machines that really perform.
Norwich City FC Head Groundsman Gary Kemp has recently doubled his fleet of Dennis G860 cassette cylinder mowers for use on the stadium pitch at Carrow Road and also the nearby Colney Training Centre to four.
Dennis Return to the Golf Industry Show (GIS) which is taking place in the Orange County Convention Centre in Orlando on February 5-6 2014, at booth 1979, featuring the Dennis FT510 interchangeable cassette cylinder mower with innovation being the key message.
Scottish Premiership football club Hibernian have become the latest top flight club to purchase a new Dennis G860 34” professional mower with a range of interchangeable cassettes for use at their Easter Road Stadium.
Sports Turf Services (STS), one of Scotland’s leading sports and amenity turf maintenance contractors has chosen Dennis as a key supplier of maintenance equipment.
The contractor has recently purchased a range of Dennis FT510 interchangeable cassette mowers and Verticut TT machines. Managing Director Peter Campbell, who purchased the company in 2007, explained that they have used Dennis at cricket, bowls and golf clubs across Scotland for over twenty years.
The proven reliability and consistent finish achieved by Charlie Yeomans, Head Groundsman at the University of Warwick and his existing Dennis cricket wicket mower made the British manufacturer the obvious choice when he was looking to purchase a new model.
Ask greenkeeper Bill Mitchell to name the most impressive feature on his new Dennis FT510 mower and the response is immediate: “It’s the fact I know that it will last at least ten years. We’ve used Dennis mowers at the bowls club for many years and in that time we’ve never had a single issue, so when we were purchasing a new one, I knew that Dennis would stand the test of time."
Having recently returned to Chelsea FC as the first team manager, all eyes have been on Chelsea and Jose Mourinho since the new Premier League season began in August. To keep Stamford Bridge in perfect playing condition, the stadium's assistant head groundsman, Kevin Fowler, knew just what the club needed - a Dennis G860 professional mower complete with a range of interchangeable cassettes.
Continuing its programme of working closely with end users, Dennis and SISIS have concluded their 2013 series of educational events with the recent bowling green maintenance seminars at Currie Bowling Club, near Edinburgh and Cardonald Bowling Club in Glasgow.
Npower Championship football club, Leeds United, has purchased two Dennis G860 34” professional cylinder mowers, complete with a range of interchangeable cassettes, to help maintain the Elland Road pitch.
Dennis and SISIS cricket turf maintenance equipment are playing a leading role in Folkestone Cricket Club's plans to host county cricket for the first time since 1991.
Alan Ferguson, Head Groundsman at St George’s Park - the FA’s National Football Centre, has chosen Dennis as a key supplier of maintenance equipment for use on the natural elite pitches.
The award winning groundsman purchased three Dennis G860’s complete with interchangeable cassettes, meaning that his groundstaff can complete a multitude of tasks. Three Dennis Premier models complete the line-up of pedestrian mowers that Alan and his team will use to keep the 330 acre park in pristine condition.
Following an extensive worldwide search for new bowling green maintenance equipment, Long Beach Lawn Bowls Club in California have recently purchased a Dennis FT610 with 10 blade cutting, verticutting and brush cassettes, cassette storage system and a Bray hand seed slotter.
Dennis and SISIS, whose turf maintenance equipment is widely used by cricket groundsman at all levels, are delighted to announce a new partnership with the Club Cricket Conference
Brailsford Golf Club’s Head Greenkeeper Andy Ryder has faced a most testing spring for his tees and greens in particular, but his two Dennis professional cylinder mowers have helped him cope and kept the club’s 180 members happy at the tee and pin. For two years now, Andy has been using a 10-bladed Dennis FT510 with interchangeable cassettes for his tees and an 11-bladed Dennis Razor Ultra on the greens at Brailsford and he swears by them.
Dennis and SISIS have concluded their spring 2013 series of educational events with the recent bowls seminar at Meole Brace Bowling Club in Shrewsbury. Committed to educating greenkeepers on how to maintain and look after bowling greens, the British manufacturer was pleased with the event which saw over 50 people attend the day which encompassed a mix of technical presentations and demonstrations 'on the green'.
Dennis & SISIS scored a well-earned '6' with over 150 delegates attending their recent Seminar at The Brightonandhovejobs.com County Ground. The programme for the day was kicked off by the company's Area Sales Manager, Robert Jack, who welcomed delegates and thanked the event's sponsors for their additional support.
Founded in 1895, Prestatyn Cricket Club in North Wales has had a dramatic history, and over the last 20 years Dennis mowers have helped restore the club’s pitch to a standard named the best in the Bridging Finance Solutions Liverpool & District Cricket Competition in 2011. In 1990, the area was hit by the Towyn floods which forced more than 2000 people to be evacuated from their homes when the sea defences failed.
To ensure the playing surface at their Euroborg Stadium meets the rigorous quality standards demanded in the Dutch Eredivisie league, FC Groningen have recently enhanced their grounds maintenance equipment with the purchase of two Dennis G860 (34”) Cylinder Mowers.
As a county veteran team player, Welsh Bowling Association Advanced Coach and Level 1 IOG qualified Greenkeeper, Montgomery Bowling Club member, Mike Beloe is a man who knows the game, how to care for a bowls green and also achieve the best possible playing surface. The club has existed since 1783, making it one of the oldest in the country.