Leeds went “All Out” to keep cricket club in league

When Seaham Cricket Club’s pavilion was damaged in a fire the club’s season looked to be jeopardy. But thanks to Leeds depot’s quick turnaround of a prestigious cabin suite and changing facilities, the club based in County Durham, was able to continue its season.

Unfortunately, poor weather conditions and stiff competition have adversely affected the club’s successes but at least they have maintained a strong presence in the league table.

But going all out continued to be a theme for Leeds depot as the team, that comprises Becky Scholefield and Chris Hanson, embarked on a concerted marketing campaign as a means of continuing to generate leads for both hire and sales business.

This is paying dividends for the company as target sectors respond to the mail drops. Already, Chris and Becky have been able to convert interest from the house building sector with hire contracts secured from several large home builders.

Top of the range cabins have been provided as both sales suites and as site set-up accommodation on new housing plots.

Area manager for Leeds, Chris Hanson, who celebrates his second anniversary with the company this month, said;

“We are enjoying something of a renaissance with house builders who are kick-starting new sites and who are capitalising on the need for new homes in and around Yorkshire.

“We have also just completed a new classroom for children with learning difficulties and again, the education sector continues to provide further growth opportunities.”

Already some of the Leeds depot’s earliest customers are building on their initial success with further expansion and therefore repeat business for the Leeds operation and as referrals gain pace, so Leeds depot is able to develop its business model.

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