Employee Spotlight: Maurice Whalley

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Here is the fifth & final Rep Employee Spotlight…….

Maurice Polaroid-Bent

Maurice Whalley is our longest serving Rep having been with Bob Woolmer Sales for 19 years.
He is tour Rep for the North.

How did you come to work at BWS? My brother in law got me the job.

How would you describe yourself? Old.

What hobbies/interests do you have outside of BWS? Mainly photography.

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 2 or Radio 5 Live.

Who would you choose to be your mentor if you could? They’re all dead.

Do you have a sporting hero & if so who is it? Tom Finney & he’s still the best football player I’ve ever seen! Google him if you’ve never heard of him.

What is your favourite sport to play? Don’t have a favourite.

What is your favourite sport to watch? Again, don’t have a favourite but enjoy wtching most sports.

Have you ever won anything? If so what was it? Once won £500 on premium bonds.

Who is the most famous person you have ever met? Father Christmas.

And finally, share a little known fact about yourself: I’m learning to play the banjo.

Maurice Camera Polaroid-Bent

Hopefully you now feel you know Maurice a little better (I have to say I didn’t know he was so sarcastic!).
If you are in the North & want to speak to a Rep he is your man.

Update:

Maurice has now retired.
If you are a school in the North & would like to speak to us please contact our sales office on 01892 852520 or email sales@woolmersales.co.uk

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