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Dickies Enjoy a Successful Exhibition at TROY Means Business Show

Dickies Enjoy a Successful Exhibition at TROY Means Business Show

The Dickies stand was packed full of interest from various members at the showDickies, the internationally renowned workwear brand displayed their largest stand to date at the Troy Means Business Show at Silverstone on Thursday 23rd April.

Luke Armstrong, key account manager at Dickies commented: “We had a great show, with many attendees commenting on our stand. We had success with the footwear deals on the day of the show including styles like Fury, Storm and Antrim.  It was really good to network with some of the members who currently do not stock the Dickies brand and it gave us the opportunity of showing them the range on the stand.”

Dickies also bid a farewell to Len Willis, key account manager at Dickies as he retired. Len joined Dickies in 1994 as the regional sales manager for the south west and has been managing the Troy account for around 10 years. Luke Armstrong, who has been working with Dickies for over 10 years, will take over as key account manager and he will continue to serve and help grow the Troy account business.

Dickies also used the opportunity to promote UK Worker of the Year 2015 competition and invited visitors to either apply or nominate a friend for the award of the UK's best worker and for a chance to win £100,000 and a special edition Kawasaki Ninja 300 or £5,000 in holiday vouchers. Dickies UK Worker of the Year is the perfect competition for us to find and recognise the very best of Britain’s workforce.