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8 April 2014 05:35:15|Appointments,News

Suzuki appoints new Sales and Marketing Manager


George Cheeseman - Sales and Marketing Manager, Suzuki ATV & Marine Division

George Cheeseman - Sales and Marketing Manager, Suzuki ATV & Marine Division

Suzuki GB has announced the appointment of George Cheeseman as the new Sales & Marketing Manager for its ATV and Marine Divisions.
This is an internal appointment as George moves across from the Motorcycle Division to replace the outgoing Gareth Lumsdaine who is taking a position within the Car Division.
Having previously enjoyed success as the Marketing Manager working with Suzuki’s Motorcycles, George is looking forward to developing upon the great achievements that Suzuki has seen within the ATV industry in recent years.
Commenting on his new role, George said, “I can’t wait to get started. Our ATV division is in a fantastic position, and has seen a continuous growth in market share over recent years, and I’m looking forward to pushing this growth even further in the future.”
Managing Director for Suzuki GB, Motorcycle, ATV & Marine Division, Yoshinobu Abe said, “I am confident that George’s high-level business experience, knowledge and leadership will greatly contribute to the continued success of Suzuki ATVs in the UK.”

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