Picture of Ed Scambler (left) and Polaris’ District Manager Neil Everett shaking hands on the deal at a trade show

Scamblers appointed Polaris dealers

Published:  11 June, 2018

East Anglian turfcare and grounds maintenance specialists Scamblers has been appointed as an authorised Polaris dealer.

AJ & R Scambler & Sons, based in Bourn – between Cambridge and St Neots – supplies compact tractors, utility vehicles, bank tractors, mowers and turfcare and groundcare machinery for every aspect of turf and grounds maintenance.

‘We’re very pleased to have such a highly regarded dealer join the Polaris dealer network,’ said Ben Murray, Polaris UK and Ireland national sales manager,

‘And we’re looking forward to working together to meet the demands of Polaris customers in the area.’

Scamblers covers Cambridge, Norfolk and Suffolk and, while their main market has traditionally been groundcare and horticulture, they have expanded to meet the needs of agricultural businesses, gamekeeping and golf courses in their area.

‘It was after setting up demonstrations with Polaris to existing customers we reached the agreement to become authorised Polaris dealers,’ said Scamblers’ director Ed Scambler.

‘The customers said how much they liked the Polaris Rangers and were impressed by what they saw as superior quality in the ATVs and UTVs. We’re very much looking forward to selling the product.’

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