Bunker Mentality :: Be an ambassador!

2015 02 Bm

Bunker Mentality is looking for its latest crop of ‘golfstars’ to represent the brand through its ambassador programme.

The company is devoted to golf and dedicated to style, and no matter what skill level the golfer, Bunker Mentality is convinced that a golfer should ‘Wear it Well’.

Recognising that golf is a game of heritage, Bunker’s intention is to create new traditions and future classics in golf clothing, which is where this opportunity comes in.

They’re looking for golf addicts who get up at the crack of dawn to blast balls at the range, those who tear up fairways the world over every day of the year and the dreamers who have holed the winning putt at the Open a hundred times in their head.

These are the golfers that Bunker Mentality design for and are the golfers they want to wear their Modern British Golf designs well in 2015.

If selected as a Bunker ambassador for 2015, there is the chance to buy £500 worth of Bunker gear for £250, a 20% ambassador discount and an ambassador profile on the Bunker Mentality website, where blogs can be published about your golfing adventures throughout the year.

Young or old, pro or novice, if you’ve given your heart to golf and think you would be well suited to the programme, write in less than 50 words why you would like to be an ambassador and post it in the form here.

You’ll have to hurry though, as the cut is set at 20 and places are likely to fill fast!

For more information, visit the Bunker Mentality website or follow @BunkerStyle on Twitter.

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