Terrific trio of appointments for Redbrik

22nd June 2017

Leading independent regional estate agency Redbrik has strengthened its team with three of the 'best sales managers in the region'.

Vicki Greenstreet will be working at the Millhouses office, June Simpson has joined the Crystal Peaks office and Holly Wheatley is at the Chesterfield office. Determined to help buyers and sellers through the sales process, Vicki, previously with ELR, has more than 17 years of negotiating experience that she brings to her role at Redbrik. With over 13 years' experience, June's extensive skill set was well known to the Redbrik Directors having worked with them all during her career. After joining the industry straight from school at 16, Holly has worked in all aspects of estate agency within the branch environment, including roles as an administrator, sales negotiator, and senior negotiator. Mark Ross, director at Redbrik, said: -We are thrilled to have three of the best sales managers in the region join Redbrik the knowledge and expertise they have brought to their roles is already proving invaluable. -Vicki, June, and Holly are joining the company at a very busy time, but they have all hit the ground running. Marketing, and most importantly service, are at the core of everything we do and bringing in people of this calibre allows us to grow Redbrik without compromising what we are about. -We are so pleased with how well they are all getting on and I'm sure they will enjoy working with us as we continue to grow as a business.

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