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2 October 2012
Tim Haley and Mike Bailey, MD of Baileys Financial Services Limited, were delighted to be able to entertain brothers John and David Fairbrother of Barron Wood Distribution Limited at the Palmersport performance driving circuit in Bedford.
haleys have worked with Barron Wood Distribution for a number of years, assisting them with the growth of their business through increased turnover and profits, as a result of regular strategic planning meetings.
David Fairbrother said afterwards: “Thanks for Friday & Saturday, enjoyed it tremendously even with the sore ribs from cornering. My car doesn’t seem to go round the corners the same.”
Tim Haley explained: "Barron Wood are a family firm who have been clients of ours for over twelve years, and we have seen them grow enormously during that time to be one of the largest independent haulage agents in the country.
"Mike and I went with John and David for a fun day. It was really exhilarating."
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