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    Cool All Change at Royal Exchange.

    Dear Bremont Fans,

    Some of you I have met over the years, I may of sold you the watch that's on your wrist.

    Sadly today, I was made redundant from Bremont. I ran the Royal Exchange Boutique over the last few years.

    If you have been one of my customers over the last 11 years and want to keep in touch. Please contact me via my LinkedIn page.

    https://www.linkedin.com/in/paul-gray-55b71827

    It was a pleasure to serve and work for Bremont.

    Kind Regards
    Paul Gray ( The big bloke with the beard).

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    Paul, as I said to you earlier - you are an asset to Bremont, and will be missed by everyone who's had the pleasure of dealing with, and knowing, you over the years.

    Thanks for letting the forum know, and hopefully we will get the opportunity to see you again soon.

    J.

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    I've just read that Bremont have let Paul Gray go!! I'm astonished. Of all the people!! Their loss is 100% someone else's gain.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RedsBluesGreens View Post
    Paul, as I said to you earlier - you are an asset to Bremont, and will be missed by everyone who's had the pleasure of dealing with, and knowing, you over the years.

    Thanks for letting the forum know, and hopefully we will get the opportunity to see you again soon.

    J.
    Thank you for your kind words.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dacman View Post
    I've just read that Bremont have let Paul Gray go!! I'm astonished. Of all the people!! Their loss is 100% someone else's gain.
    Thank you for your kind words.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dacman View Post
    I've just read that Bremont have let Paul Gray go!! I'm astonished. Of all the people!! Their loss is 100% someone else's gain.
    Couldn't have put it better myself.

    I really can't get my head around the thinking that came to this decision and it's most likely the first time I've been genuinely disappointed in the brand. These are indeed hard times but assuming that Bremont plan on reopening the Royal Exchange boutique there would be no better team to run it than Paul and David (Ramirez).

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    Thank you for your Kind Words, David will be still at the Royal Exchange, to look after you. Once Bremont re-opening the Boutique.

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    A quote from an interview with Time and Wide watches in 2017;

    "Sure, Paul is a salesperson, but it’s all in his delivery. He loves Bremont; the brand, the watches and the people behind it. I’m sure if you visit the London boutique and meet him, you’ll understand"

    says it all really

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    I thought it would be nice to mention that Paul Gray is now working as a boutique manager for Grand Seiko in Knightsbridge. I'm glad that he found a new job so quickly and it's well deserved.

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    Quote Originally Posted by theancientmariner View Post
    I thought it would be nice to mention that Paul Gray is now working as a boutique manager for Grand Seiko in Knightsbridge. I'm glad that he found a new job so quickly and it's well deserved.
    I saw on LinkedIn that this had happened - Iím so pleased for him. Bremontís loss is Seikoís gain. Iíll have to pop and see him when Iím next in Ďtown.í

    J.

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