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Caithness News Bulletins October 2003
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BSM SEEKS NEW MOTOR CYCLE TRAINING PARTNERS
BSM Rider Training, the motorcycle and scooter training arm of driving expert BSM and part of RAC Group, is looking for ambitious training organisations and individuals who want to improve rider training standards and develop their businesses.
The BSM ‘Power through Partnership’ scheme offers selected training organisations all the benefits of joining a high profile and respected brand with no loss of commercial independence. The scheme offers the best organisations more effective marketing, stronger branding, national coverage, more customers and greater potential profits. Moreover, training organisations joining the scheme this year will also be able to take advantage of a special introductory offer.
“BSM has been training drivers for 93 years, and is the UK’s leading driver training provider,” explains Martin Spiers, head of rider training at BSM. “Now we want to develop our successful rider training division even further, both to benefit the increasing number of people who want to become motorcycle riders and to improve the skills of experienced bikers. We’re also delighted that the prestigious Motor Cycle Industry Association (MCIA) has backed the principles behind our initiative, offered us their assistance and wished us every success.”
Existing motorcycle training providers who would like to find out more about the ‘Power through Partnership’ scheme should call 01924 201526 or write to firstname.lastname@example.org