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Richard Maryan, head groundsman at Eastbourne College, has just purchased a new Dennis Razor after recognising that it had every feature he was looking for in a fine turf mower.
The Joint stand of Dennis and SISIS will be at the very heart of SALTEX 2015, being held at the NEC Birmingham 4-5 November, on stand E070.
After Leicester City was promoted to the FA Premier League last season, head groundsman John Ledwidge and his team were treated to an influx of grounds machinery. As a result, John had only one company in mind and purchased seven Dennis G860 cylinder mowers.
Although there may be a ‘special one’ who grabs the majority of the headlines at Chelsea FC, there is another who is perhaps not quite so much in the spotlight. Both are renowned for being at the top of their game and one is obviously Jose Mourinho; but the other? The Dennis G860.
In 2014, St. Austell Bowling Club in Cornwall graced over 3,000 bowlers. With such an inundated fixture list, only the finest turf maintenance machinery would make this possible and the Dennis FT510 ensured that the reputable bowling club could keep to their busy schedule.
Margate, the birthplace of the British seaside is undergoing something of a renaissance and the town is set to boom. So too is the town’s football club after a new owner injected new ambitions into the team; starting with improving turf maintenance equipment with the purchase a Dennis Premier.
Dennis and SISIS have recently supported Bowls Scotland in a series of seminars held all over Scotland designed to help club greenkeepers and volunteers maintain their bowling greens.
Derek Turner, greenkeeper at Liskeard Bowling Club in Cornwall, wanted to purchase a top quality cylinder mower that could manage the demands of a green that hosts 200 plus games per season. He put the question to fellow greenkeepers in the industry and there was only one answer - the Dennis FT510.
Michael Curtis, Head Groundsman at Bury F.C’s JD Stadium at Gigg Lane, has been at the club for almost 30 years. With the stadium pitch and three training pitches to look after, Michael and his team have their work cut out, so it is vital they have the correct equipment to meet the demands of the job.
Ten years ago, Graeme ‘Scooter’ Wicks, managing director of Total Pitch Care in Perth, Australia, was looking for a high quality cricket mower. As a contractor with the task of maintaining a number of cricket venues, he needed a mower to keep the facilities in pristine condition. He found the solution on the other side of the world in the form a Dennis FT510 cylinder mower.
The Dennis G860 is proving to be the number one choice for Premier League groundsmen and with the accolade of being selected as the chosen mower for two consecutive FIFA World Cups; it’s easy to see why football’s finest stadiums are turning to this machine.
Dennis and SISIS have successfully hosted another series of informative bowling green maintenance seminars with more promised for later this year.