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    Greens Retail appoints Mike Leonard as interim Head of Retail

    Scotland-based retail chain Greens Retail has announced Mike Leonard as its new interim Head of Retail.

    Leonard comes to Greens with a wealth of experience in the industry, including his most recent position as Head of Retail at Eddy’s Food Station, Sales Director at CJ Lang, and Head of Symbol Retail at United Wholesale Scotland.

    Commenting on his new role, Leonard said “I am very excited to be joining Greens Retail in a period of tremendous growth, with many exciting opportunities on the horizon. I’m looking forward to working with suppliers and colleagues from across the Greens network to grow the business further.”

    Managing Director of Greens Retail Harris Aslam congratulated Leonard on his new role in the business: “I am thrilled to welcome Mike into the Greens family. His breadth of knowledge and experience in this sector will give us a huge advantage as we continue to expand the Greens portfolio, and venture into new services such as home delivery.”

    Currently operating 21 stores in Scotland, Greens Retail has committed to opening a further 20+ stores spanning across Scotland and entering the market in England for the first time next year.

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