The Haydock Park-based organisation had headhunted him from Everton FC and prior to joining the Premier League giants he had worked for five years as the head of sales at the Brands Hatch Leisure Group.
What does BHL stand for?
BHL stands for Brands Hatch Leisure (UK)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Jim Graham, karting director for Brands Hatch Leisure Group, said: "Karting can lead to much bigger things.
Brands Hatch Leisure Group Ltd wants to build a 15,000-seater, 18- tier grandstand and three temporary grandstands for 26,000 people.
One of the world's biggest marketing corporations has been named as the bidder prepared to pay more than pounds 100 million for Brands Hatch Leisure.
Now Brands Hatch Leisure, who were floated on the stock market two years ago, are looking to expand.
Brands Hatch Leisure plc, owner of the legendary race track, has received a takeover approach from a mystery bidder.
A spokeswoman for the Brands Hatch Leisure Group which runs Oulton Park defended the venue's safety record.
Nicola Foulston, chief executive of Brands Hatch Leisure which has won the rights to stage the race from 2002, has threatened to take it to Asia, Africa or Latin America.