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Renovation Specialist Joins Golden Coast Team

With growth in the wet leisure industry and growth expected to continue in 2015, Golden Coast has strengthened its technical sales support with the appointment of Italian renovation specialist Ulisse Frigeri. His appointment follows the recent results from the State of the Wet Leisure Industry Survey, which underlined the sales potential of customers looking to enhance and improve their existing pools. Golden Coast is supporting this growing segment of the market with hundreds of product lines: from automatic pool cleaners and chemical dosing systems to counter-current units, lighting and finishes. As a qualified plumbing and building specialist, Uli has a first-hand understanding of customer needs – gained through a long career supporting individuals and companies in meeting their goals. Most recently, Uli collaborated with homeowners to breathe new life into old homes. “We take every care to make certain that our growing customer base receives the highest levels of technical sales support possible,” says Golden Coast Managing Director Jamie Adams.

“In appointing Uli, our customers will benefit from someone who recognises the challenges of renovation – technical and otherwise – for installers, as well as their customers.”

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RLSS UK Congratulate Tara On New CIMSPA CEO Role

Following a 12 month part time secondment to The Chartered Institute for the Management of Sport and Physical Activity (CIMSPA) the organisation is pleased to announce the appointment of Tara Dillon as its new CEO.

David Stalker, Chair of the CIMSPA board of trustees, said: “I am delighted to welcome Tara into her new position as CEO. She brings with her a wealth of

experience in the sport and activity sector and, through her highly successful secondment as interim COO, a strong understanding of how CIMSPA can continue to improve its offer to members.

“Her appointment marks the start of the next phase of CIMSPA’s development as the institute embraces the leadership role that employers and the wider sector have asked of it.” Commenting on Dillon’s departure, RLSS UK CEO, Di Steer, said: “We would like to congratulate Tara on her appointment as CEO of CIMSPA and thank her for all of her dedication and hard work leading IQL UK, RLSS UK’s trading subsidiary, over the past eight years. During this time she has had a remarkable impact and achieved outstanding results. I am certain she will enjoy the same success in her new role. “We will continue to work in partnership with Tara and CIMSPA to ensure our common goal to maintain the highest possible standards in the sector in terms of safety, quality and professionalism.”

Martin Symcox has been leading IQL UK over the past 12 months during

Tara’s secondment with CIMSPA and will continue to head the team through what is a period of exciting growth and change.

Plastica’s Cale Tackles London Marathon For Phab Kids Charity

On the 26 April, Plastica’s Cale Sinfield will be running the Virgin London Marathon for the first time. He will be running and raising money for a fantastic charity, Phab Kids. “Phab, based in Croydon, is a national charity committed to promoting and encouraging disabled and non-disabled children and adults to take part in a wide range of social and sports activities and to achieve inclusion within society as a whole,” said Cale. “The charity supports a network of around 180 clubs catering for all ages offering activities which the members can share and enjoy together.

“Phab creates opportunities for the disabled and able-bodied to come together on equal terms by means of local clubs, holidays and activities to encourage independence with special emphasis on children and young people. Phab also organises residential inclusive living

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projects for Phabkids, again to encourage independence and friendship. Through its important Disability Awareness Programme Phab is also working to alter perceptions and prejudices by raising the awareness of the general public to all disability issues. “Funds raised through sponsorship by runners in the Virgin Money London Marathon enable Phab to continue these projects and to develop new clubs in communities where such facilities currently do not exist,” he added. More information about Phab can be found at

“I have been running for four years now running for Hastings Runners. This will be my first London Marathon but my second Marathon having conquered Beachy Head in 2014. I will be raising sponsorship via Just Giving and any donations would be very gratefully received by myself

and Phab. CaleLondonMarathon2015 – I have set a target of £2,000. I also want to thank Edward for his contribution to a raffle I recently held raising money,” said Cale.

Cale has worked at the Sussex based manufacturer for seven years and is Plastica’s Customer Service Manager.

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