Neil Brings Marketing Experience to the Dogs

3rd November 2014

Owlerton Greyhound Stadium has strengthened its team with the appointment of a new marketing manager.

Neil Ellis, aged 32, will be responsible for the planning and delivery of marketing campaigns and promotional activity within the stadium, as well as managing Owlerton's social media activity on Facebook and Twitter. Neil brings a wealth of experience from his background in marketing, having previously worked for SIV as Ponds Forge International Sports Centre's marketing and promotions manager. Prior to joining SIV in 2010, he worked for a large music entertainment group, providing effective solutions for record labels which included music for fitness instructors. Neil, who lives in Sheffield, said: -I'm really excited to take on the role at Owlerton Greyhound Stadium and I'm looking forward to being involved in creating and driving the stadium's marketing strategy. -It is a brilliant team here. It's great to work together to come up with exciting ideas to spread the stadium's messages both on and offline, maximising the opportunities to let people know about all the exciting things we have to offer. John Gilburn, managing director at Owlerton Greyhound Stadium, said: -We are delighted to welcome Neil to Owlerton and to see the strengthening of our marketing team. -Neil has many years of experience and we look forward to seeing him use his skills and knowledge to deliver innovative campaigns, targeting both existing and potential customers and further enhancing the profile of the stadium on a local and national level. For more information about Owlerton Greyhound Stadium, visit or call 0114 234 3074.

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