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Roman welcomes new starter

Published: 8 May 2009
Stephen Plant, the new addition to shower manufacturer's sales force, plans to develop and build the Roman brand.
Roman welcomes new starter
Mr Plant joins the team as regional sales manager for the Midlands. He brings a wealth of experience to the role, with more than 23 years in the bathroom industry covering various sales and management roles.

Of his new role, Mr Plant said: "I am extremely excited to be working with a progressive and dynamic company who are always looking to be at the forefront of the UK showering market. I am really looking forward to developing and building the Roman brand in the Midlands region."

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