Appointments at Glenmuir and Sunderland of Scotland
Story published at 15:12, Wednesday, June 24th, 2015
Glenmuir and Sunderland of Scotland, two of Scotland’s oldest golf apparel brands, have strengthened and reinforced their sales team by appointing a Glenmuir Area Sales Manager and creating and appointing the new position of Sunderland Assistant Area Sales Manager for the Scotland region.
Glenmuir, the world renowned Scottish golf clothing brand since 1891, is delighted to announce the appointment of Keith Beattie as Glenmuir Area Sales Manager for Scotland, effective 1st August 2015.
On the appointment Matthew Eagle, Glenmuir UK Sales Director, said: “We are delighted here at Glenmuir to announce Keith’s appointment. With so many years of experience within the golf industry in Scotland and the North of England, Keith brings with him not only a first class reputation for customer service and reliability but also the knowledge of what our customers need in order to be successful.”
Sunderland of Scotland, the original weatherwear brand, is proud to announce the appointment of Paul McCutcheon as Sunderland Assistant Area Sales Manager for Scotland, effective 1st July 2015.
“We are excited for Paul to join the Sunderland of Scotland Sales Team to further reinforce and strengthen the distribution of the Sunderland of Scotland brand across Scotland. Paul has a wealth of experience having worked at Glenmuir for nearly 30 years in various roles. This passion, knowledge and expertise in our products and customer service will allow Paul to provide an outstanding service to our customers” said Matthew Eagle.
Mikhel Ruia, Glenmuir Managing Director, said: “We are delighted to welcome Keith and Paul to the respective Sales Teams to further cement our commitment to golf professionals and retailers in the important territory of Scotland. The team are proud of Glenmuir’s heritage having been born and still based here in Scotland since 1891 and we look forward to both the Glenmuir and Sunderland of Scotland brand business continuing to go from strength to strength in Scotland.”