San Antonio, TX, April 21, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- “Garia has chosen Tropicars to represent our company because we know they are uniquely well qualified to sell and service the Garia luxury product assortment based on their many years of proven performance in the demanding aircraft industry,” says Henrik Hansen, President & CEO of Garia Inc.
Tropicars is also the distributors for EZ GO golf carts in the referenced territories. “We are very pleased with the partnership - it is guaranteed to benefit our customers and it is a great advancement for the companies,” says Mr. Hansen.
Jim Evans, CEO of Tropicars stated, “We are very excited to have been given the opportunity to represent the Garia product line. Garia makes the finest golf cars and personal electric vehicles in the world. We believe that the market is ready for a luxury electric vehicle that is both eco-friendly and built to automotive standards, and that the combination of Garia’s commitment to precision manufacturing and Tropicars’ dedication to after sale support will result in a high level of customer satisfaction.”
Tropicars is a distributor of golf cars, utility vehicles and related products for the golf, resort and hospitality industries and personal use market. Tropicars is committed to providing competitive pricing and excellent service and support to customers. Tropicars is part of the Africair/TAD Group which has been an authorized distributor for Cessna Aircraft Company and Bell Helicopter for over 40 years. Africair represents the entire Cessna line of aircraft in 48 countries, and sells and services Bell helicopters in 29 countries on the African continent. Africair's subsidiary, Tropical Aviation Distributors, represents Cessna in 37 different Caribbean and Latin American nations. Cessna and Bell have repeatedly recognized Africair and TAD for their professionalism, quality, and passion for customer service and support.
As the first manufacturer to bring a luxury version of the golf cart to market and challenge the current conventions in terms of design, usability and quality, Garia has introduced The Garia Golf Car and The Garia LSV, a street legal version with a top speed of 25 mph. The Garia is built at the same factory as the Porsche Boxster and Cayman, features a drive train built by an Italian company that also produces Ducati gearboxes, and components made by the same companies that supply Aston Martin, Jaguar, and Volvo.
With automotive features unseen in the golf cart industry The Garia has entered the automotive league and earned its right to be called a car as opposed to a cart.