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Pictured: Peter Bruce, CEO of entier and Sam Locke, winner of the coveted Silver Medal at this year’s Open Championship at Carnoustie in July.
Entier, the Westhill based catering, hospitality, event and technical services company with recognised brands of RSG, FRESH, Wilde Thyme & Entier Technical Services, has again demonstrated its commitment to putting people at the heart of everything it does through its support of newly-turned Professional Golfer, Sam Locke, winner of the coveted Silver Medal at this year’s Open Championship at Carnoustie in July.
Locke, from Stonehaven, took the decision to become a Pro just a week after his incredible experience in one of golf’s Major Championships and is now beginning to learn his trade through competition on the European Challenge Tour.
And the nineteen-year-old can now count on the backing of one of the country’s most passionate and committed firms, as he begins his journey.
Renowned for their investment in people, entier have a strong track record of helping talent to thrive.
Their Fresh Olives programme is designed to uncover and nurture talented individuals within the catering world and help them to maximise their potential.
This same passion is evident in their approach to CSR and investing in the communities in which they operate.
Peter Bruce, CEO of entier, spoke about the decision to get behind Sam:
“We are delighted to be involved with and supporting Sam which is consistent with Entier’s values of supporting the local communities in which we work and investing in young people.
“This is a fantastic opportunity for Sam and I hope that we can help make his dream come true, whilst continuing our relationship with Paul Lawrie and the Foundation.”
Commenting on his two-year agreement, where Locke will wear the entier company logo on his clothing, Sam said:
“It’s absolutely brilliant to have the support of a local company like entier, which operates globally, at the very beginning of my life as a Professional sportsperson.
“It gives me a lot of confidence to know that Peter and his team have given me their backing and it will allow me to focus on achieving my best results on the golf course with their support off it.
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