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Marketing support for Hills Office Furniture

Posted 28 Feb 2008
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West Yorkshire’s oldest Office furniture suppliers extend their marketing contract with Fat Heads for a further 12 months.

After a brief trip over the Pennines in the Fathead-mobile and a meeting with the managing director, the Fat Heads came back happy in the knowledge that the recent work they had produced for Normhurst Ltd had gone down a treat.

The parent company of Hills Office Furniture, Hills Corporate Interiors, City Desk Manufacturing and Wakefield Office Supplies, have expressed their desire to work with Fat Heads by extending the marketing contract currently in place.

Managing director, Paul Simpson was particularly impressed with the latest Hills Office Furniture brochure and a successful emarketing campaign for Hills Corporate Interiors. He outlined his plans for the near-future including a complete revamp of the Hills Office Furniture website, a drive towards e-commerce and a greater awareness of City Desk’s environmental products. All of which will be the responsibility of Fat Heads to oversee from design through development to completion (with a 45 minute lunch break).

The furniture company was even kind enough to chuck in a couple of quality office chairs at discount prices to replace the seating previously residing at Fat Heads HQ.

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