For the seventh year in a row, Redstor has played host to customers and partners at the Windlesham Golf Course in Surrey for an event of golf, dining and networking. On Thursday 5th July, Redstor welcomed over 40 customers to join for a day of sun, sharing and competition as teams battled it out for some top prizes.
Kicking off the day at 10:45 am with a short presentation, Chris Sigley, Sales Director at Redstor, gave a short update on the success of Redstor and the companies vision to become a truly next-generation data management provider with services around Backup, Disaster Recovery, Archiving, Security and Insight. This included a whistle-stop demo of the innovative Redstor Mobile App which will be launching in the near future. To let us know what features you’d like to see in the app complete the short survey here.
Shortly after 12 pm teams took to the fantastic 18-hole course to begin the days’ competition. For customers and partners less competent with a set of clubs, Windlesham club pros laid on a lesson in the early afternoon, preparing those in attendance for a go at the full course at the 2019 event.
At the conclusion of a sunny day’s competition, attendees were invited to the clubhouse for a drinks reception before dinner and the presentation of prizes. Prizes were awarded to the top 3 performing teams and also for the days longest-drive and shot nearest to the pin.
Redstor would like to thank all who attended the event for helping to make it a success once again. We look forward to hosting you and many more again next year.
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