Peter Green appoint new Manager

Mike Devey - Peter Green Eastleigh

Adrian Oates (L) and Mike Devey

Mike Devey has been appointed Retail Manager of the recently refurbished Peter Green Furniture Store at School Lane.

Mike will be focusing on developing the day to day running of the Store, maintaining and improving our already exemplary standard of customer service and staff training, which are cornerstone philosophies of our family owned business.

Prior to joining Peter Green Mike was the Furniture Buyer for a well-known family run Department store Group in Surrey.

Speaking about the new Appointment, Adrian Oates, MD of Peter Green said:

“We’re delighted to welcome Mike, who brings with him 22 years of Furniture retail experience. We will be working together to expand product lines and improve further our customer’s in store experience. We have already introduced the exclusive Peter Green Collection which is our assurance of value and have also recently been appointed full members of the Furniture”

www.petergreen.co.uk

  2 comments for “Peter Green appoint new Manager

  1. annie
    November 10, 2011 at 1:33 am

    Why do Peter Green feel they can’t mention the name Mr Devey’s former employers?

    Are they worried people might drive to Surrey to check out furniture there?

  2. Peter Stewart
    November 18, 2011 at 8:28 pm

    I think they have been conditioned by watching too much BBC television.

    If you remember, it used to be the custom (only on the BBC) not to mention the names of businesses.

    As the decades wore on, I noticed that even even ordinary interviewed on TV felt embarrassed to mention the name of any business. Often they would ask, “Oops! Can I mention the name?”

    As the decades wore on still further, this taboo extended even further to the point where people were thoroughly conditioned into never mentioning the name of a business if being interviewed in any context.

    Voila! No business mentioned. Actually, I used to work for a well known furniture and carpet store in Eastleigh during the mid 1970s.

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