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TV’s Sarah Beeny is named brand ambassador for Topps Tiles

Published: 29 September 2017 - Kiran Grewal

Britain’s largest tile specialist, Topps Tiles, has announced that TV’s property queen Sarah Beeny, is the company’s new brand ambassador.

Having hosted a variety of successful TV property shows as well as setting up her own property and investment company, Sarah met the needs to represent the Topps Tile brand.

In her role as brand ambassador, Sarah will undertake an extensive portfolio of activity, including writing guest blogs for the Topps Tiles website, featuring in a selection of short videos and speaking at the company’s annual conference.

 


As part of her work with the tile specialist, Sarah will also voice the new Topps Tiles TV advert, which is scheduled to air on major mainstream channels nationally in October and November 2017.

Commenting on her appointment, Sarah said: “I am absolutely delighted to be working with Topps Tiles as their brand ambassador. I have used and worked with Topps Tiles products on many occasions and have always found the quality to be outstanding, so I was thrilled when this partnership came about. I am looking forward to immersing myself in the brand and working closely with the team, during which promises to be an exciting year ahead.”

Head of Marketing and Online at Topps Tiles, Sian O’Neill: “When it came to choosing our brand ambassador, Sarah was the obvious choice. Her unrivalled knowledge of property and interiors, coupled with her warm and charismatic persona made her a perfect fit with the Topps Tile brand and all that we stand for. The whole team is delighted to have Sarah on board and we are looking forward to working with her over the next year. With her expertise of helping people find their perfect property match, she knows exactly what makes homebuyers fall in love with a home.”

 

 

 

Source: Topps Tiles

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