Bryan Graham has joined the Flair Showers team as Northern Ireland Sales Representative. He brings experience to the role with a proven track record in customer service in a busy showroom within the bathroom industry.
Discussing his appointment, Bryan commented, “Flair invests heavily in their people as well as their products and I feel privileged to have the opportunity to represent this growing brand. I’m excited about the prospect of a long, successful career with Flair.”
As Ireland’s longest established manufacturer of quality shower doors and bath screens, Flair Showers is a trusted industry leader with a significant share of the market, and Bryan is looking for every opportunity to extend this further.
He said, “My main aim in this role is to further assist the growth of Flair by delivering on its key principles. These include providing exceptional customer service alongside an innovative product portfolio. I aim to build on existing relationships by keeping our customer base well informed of new products and developments and also being readily available and happy to assist when required.”
Founded in County Cavan in 1952, Flair has built up a trusted reputation as a specialist in the production of quality shower doors and bath screens. The company combines lifelong knowledge and expertise with advanced production techniques to create innovative designs for the bathroom market.
Commenting on Bryan’s appointment, SarahJane Tyndall, Flair’s NI and UK Business Development Manager said, “We are delighted to welcome Bryan to the Flair family. We have no doubt that he will excel in delivering the level of professionalism and customer service that our loyal customer base hascome to expect from Flair. Bryan brings an enormous amount of energy and enthusiasm which will be great assets to our team.”
Throughout his career to date, Bryan has met and exceeded sales targets and customer satisfaction expectations.However, his personal best moment within his previous role was being part of a team who raised a large sum of money for a local Suicide Prevention Charity. Bryan explained, “The charity had close connections with some colleagues and customers, so it was very rewarding and a lovely way of helping those more vulnerable in our society.”
Home for Bryan is spending time with family and friends. “Spare time is spent with a football between my feet or chasing it in most cases! I also enjoy running and roaming the Mournes.”