GOLFZON Announces Sponsorship Agreement with Rising LPGA Star Alison Lee

The sponsorship is aimed to enhance awareness of its brand by reinforcing marketing activities in global market.

– It also donated 2 GDR systems, golf practice simulator, to UCLA where Alison Lee is attending.

– GDR systems are expected to contribute to improving game performance of UCLA’s golf team members and to producing world’s level golf players.

 

GOLFZON (CEO: Jang Sung Won) (www.golfzonsimulator.com) (KOSDAQ:215000) announced on April 21 a sponsorship agreement with Alison Lee, a rising star of the LPGA, as part of its strategy of reinforcing marketing activities in the global market.

Under the agreement, GOLFZON will sponsor Alison Lee for two years, while the female golfer will attach the patch of GOLFZON brand on her top wear at all championships, and she will also take part in various events to be hosted by GOLFZON during the contract period. GOLFZON expects that the sponsorship agreement will serve as a bridgehead for expanding awareness of GOLFZON brand in North America and Europe as well as in Asia.

The agreement signing ceremony was attended by Alison Lee, Carrie Forsyth, head coach of the golf team at University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA), Swinging Skirts LPGA Classic  Executive Director Kevin Hopkins  and Tommy Lim, the Senior Vice President of the EU and American Business division at GOLFZON.

After signing the sponsorship agreement, Alison Lee said, “I am excited to cooperate with GOLFZON, the leading global simulation golf industry. I will do my utmost to widely publicize GOLFZON across the world by achieving outstanding performance.”

 

In addition to signing the sponsorship agreement, GOLFZON also donated 2 GDR systems, golf practice simulator, to the golf team at UCLA where Alison Lee is attending. The donation of GDR systems is aimed to improve game performance of Alison Lee and other members of the golf team at the University.

GOLFZON expects these GDR systems will contribute to producing world’s level golf players like Alison Lee and to demonstrating excellence of the GDR system in the U.S. university community and across the U.S.

 

Starting with UCLA, GOLFZON plans to expand partnerships with golf teams at top 5 universities affiliated with the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA).

 

“GDR systems are used by Korea national golf team and that of China as effective golf training equipments. With the sponsorship agreement with Alison Lee and donation of GDR systems to UCLA, we will push ahead with aggressive marketing activities in the global market including the United States,” said Senior Vice President Tommy Lim.