Flair Showers, the leading manufacturer of shower doors and bath screens, has made a number of new appointments.
Northern Ireland Regional Sales Representative
Sarah-Jane Tyndall has joined the Flair Showers team as the Northern Ireland Regional Sales Representative. She brings significant experience to the role with a proven track record in customer service and business to business sales management.
Discussing her appointment, Sarah-Jane commented, “I was aware of Flair’s strong brand presence in the Northern Ireland marketplace, but after meeting the management team, I got a real sense of the vision for this growing company.
“I’m excited about the product innovations that Flair has to offer and I very much want to be part of developing the company’s success throughout Northern Ireland”.
Technical Sales Manager
Flair Showers is delighted to announce the appointment of Tony Murphy as Technical Sales Manager.
Tony has recently been promoted to this role, ensuring the company maintains the highest level of technical support and customer service to its loyal customer base. Tony has a wealth of experience with Flair products and is an integral part of the Flair Showers team for the past 34 years.
The trio are part of a committed team at Flair that is recognised for its dedication to customer service and product development. Flair combines lifelong knowledge and expertise to offer customers innovative designs that bring a new sense of enrichment to their bathroom.
North West Regional Sales Representative
Flair Showers has appointed Colm Kelly as North West Regional Sales Representative. Based outside Ballinasloe, Colm will look after Galway, Mayo, Roscommon, Longford, Westmeath, Cavan, Offaly, Leitrim and Sligo.
Colm has over 15 years’ experience in the bathroom industry before joining the Flair team. Commenting on his appointment, Sales Manager, Johnny O’Callaghan, said, “Colm brings with him a wealth of industry experience and we look forward to working with him to service the growing demand for quality showering solutions in the North West region.”