Posted 31st January

Lakes appoints new area sales manager for South East

By KBBDaily on 31st January 2019 - 15:55pm
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Shower manufacturer Lakes has appointed Steve Spencer as its new area sales manager for the South East.

Spencer has a career within the bathroom and shower industry spanning close to 40 years, having previously worked at Kudos and Novellini.

“I have always seen Lakes as a quality brand,” he said. “They have a strong mix of merchant and retail stockists, as well as a wide range of products.

“In my view, Lakes stands out from competing brands because it is well-respected. Customers hold the business in high regard for products, service and deliveries, which underpin Lakes’ commitment and reputation in these areas.”

He added: “I look forward to contributing to the business and driving sales in my area to support Lakes’ future plans.”

Sales and marketing director Mike Tattam said: “We’re delighted to welcome Steve to our team. He brings fantastic experience and market knowledge, which will prove invaluable when working with customers and helping them to make the most of new market opportunities.”


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