Employee Spotlight: Mark Baddeley

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Here is the fourth of our Employee Spotlights…….

Mark Polaroid-Bent

Mark Baddeley has been with Bob Woolmer Sales for 5 1/2 years.
He is one of our Reps, notorious for going anywhere & everywhere!
He is also our Import Manager.

How did you come to work at BWS? Joined/merged from BHE Sports Ltd.

How would you describe yourself? Perhaps others should judge! Calm, collected, suave, sophisticated etc!!

What hobbies/interests do you have outside of BWS? Triathlon, tennis, cricket, football, rugby, squash…oh & the family!

You spend a lot of time in your car when you are on the road, what music/radio station do you like to listen to? Radio 5 Live, Test Match Special.

Who would you choose to be your mentor if you could? Never really thought about it – now it’s too late!

Do you have a sporting hero & if so who is it? Used to be Lance Armstrong but he let me down!

What is your favourite sport to play? Football.

What is your favourite sport to watch? Rugby.

Have you ever won anything? If so what was it? Still waiting!

Who is the most famous person you have ever met? Jack Charlton (ex Leeds & England footballer & ex Ireland football manager).

And finally, share a little known fact about yourself: Got lost in a wood in France for 6 hours.

Hopefully you now feel you know Mark a little better (I can’t say I’m surprised to hear he got lost in a wood for 6 hours!!).
If you are interested in creating your made to order kit or just curious to meet him he can be contacted in our Sales Office 01732 852520. Directly on his mobile 07836277282 or email mark@woolmersales.co.uk

Alternatively, use the feedback form below.

We hope to hear from you soon!

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2 thoughts on “Employee Spotlight: Mark Baddeley

    Dugg | Bob Woolmer Sales said:
    04/11/2013 at 9:09 am

    […] & Mark had the unenviable job of dressing & undressing him while I took the […]

    […] How did you come to work at BWS?  It was recommended by my previous employer Mark Baddeley. […]

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