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Brand new role

Published: 23 February 2011
Solus Garden & Leisure has made a new appointment to its brand management team.
Brand new role
Charlie Howarth will now lead the development of Solus' children's gardening range, Yeominis, with responsibility for moving the range forward. She will also be involved with the company's new Pest Patrol brand, launched in late 2010.

Brand marketing manager Colin Smart said: "We're really pleased to welcome Charlie to the team. Her enthusiasm for design and attention to detail will be invaluable in her new role. We're excited to be working with her and look forward to seeing how she'll help drive these brands forward in the future."

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