Tony Breislin, regional sales manager for the independents at Beko, has retired after seven years of service.
Breislin began his career in 1974. He first worked for Yorkshire Electricity Board, then moved to Friedland Doorbells, then BSH, before joining Beko in 2015. He has had several key achievements in his time at Beko, including winning IER “Best Company Representative Award” in 2018.
Channel manager for the Independents, Steve Naylor, thought highly of him and said that Breislin had helped to play a pivotal role in the development of Blomberg and all other Beko brands within CIH during his time with the company.
Naylor said: “On behalf of everyone in Beko, we would like to wish Tony the very best of luck for the next chapter in his life.” Naylor described Breislin as an integral member of the team, and his contributions to the company and to the wider industry will be valued and remembered by many.
Breislin has many retirement plans, including spending more time outdoors and with his family, watching more of his “beloved” Sheffield Wednesday, and potentially taking up beekeeping in his spare time.