Club Car Takes a Curtain Call at the Imperial Theatre
Shines the Light and Celebrates 60th Anniversary with Limited Edition Onward® vehicles
Double Feature – Then and Now: In celebration of its 60th year in business, Club Car recently revisited the Imperial Theatre in Augusta, GA to debut its Limited Edition Onward® vehicles which showcase modern comfort, performance and style. The global leader in golf and utility vehicles first revealed its Club Car (left) when founder Bill Stevens in 1962 drove to the Theatre to celebrate moving the company he purchased (the Landreth Machine, based in Dallas TX) to Augusta. Stevens in the straw hat and his father, Bill Sr., drove to the 1962 PGA Show in Dunedin, FL in six days from Augusta.
Club Car boasts 60 years of industry-leading innovation and design, initially focused on golf cars and then expanding to commercial utility vehicles and personal use transportation. The company was acquired in 1995 by Ireland headquartered Ingersoll Rand.
Every detail of design, fabrication and assembly at Club Car is executed with an uncompromised desire for superior performance. Manufacturing quality products is paramount to Club Car employees, and has been the driving force behind the company for over 50 years. It is also why they were named one of EHS Today’s America’s Safest Companies. EHS stand for Environmental Health & Safety.
Club Car’s relationship with their customers and approved dealers is equally important, with a worldwide network including over 350 distributors and dealers.
With the ever increasing number of retirees and planned gated communities in the U.S., Club Car is the obvious choice for the most advanced, technically sound personal and utility vehicles. Visit ClubCar.com for more information on their latest offerings and a dealer near you.