We are proud to announce our new company logo as part of the ongoing progression of our company’s brand.
After recent investments, it is the perfect time to evaluate our company’s brand and logo to ensure we are in sync with who we are and where we are going. After careful consideration, we wanted to keep continuity so we have chosen the logo that currently represents one of the two strong brands giving us the more modern look and incorporating the two identities under one logo, capturing the company’s future direction.
The task in the upcoming months will be to update all our marketing materials, vans, business cards, etc with the new logo. We realize that changing a logo is a process that can involve many steps and take some time, so we will finalise it gradually.
If you have used the Prestige & Homeseeker logo in any of your marketing materials, please assist us in updating them. We appreciate your kind support. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact our Marketing Manager Samantha.email@example.com
INVESTMENT TO SUPPORT GROWTH STRATEGY
Prestige and Homeseeker Park and Leisure Homes are delighted to announce that they have secured a multi-million pound investment from Praesidian Capital Europe, together with further investment from existing Shareholders, the Management Team and the new, Non-Executive Chairman: Paul Bentley.
The Group has grown significantly in recent years, to become the market leader, and we thank our Customers, Suppliers and Employees for their part in that. Nevertheless, we believe that there is further opportunity for us all to build on this success, in our existing markets and also new ones, some of which we are already working on with our Customers.
To facilitate this growth strategy Debbie Foulke has now been formally appointed as Managing Director, with the continued support of Silvano Geranio (Founder Director), Mark Christison (Finance Director), Andrew Westwood and Jonathan Wake (Sales Directors) and Steve Arnett (Production Director).
Silvano will be focusing on new product design, marketing and new market opportunities.
Eric Jones and Keith Hanger as Founder Directors will also continue as shareholders but will not be involved in day to day activities
Debbie Foulke said
“This partnership with Praesidian will allow the two distinct brands to be brought together and charge the highly experienced management team to capitalize on its future growth potential.”
Silvano Geranio commented,
“Prestige and Homeseeker are long-established and high quality manufacturers supporting both the growing leisure and residential markets. This investment helps facilitate and drive our new product development and new market strategy”
For further information please contact Debbie Foulke, Managing Director.
Email: Debbie.Foulke@phplh.com, telephone: 01933 354000.
Nene Valley Business News put Prestige & Homeseeker Park and Leisure Homes on the map with a great write up. Read more here…
23-25 September 2016
(22 September Trade day)
If you didn’t get the chance to see The Lawns showstopper, ‘Prestige LookOut!’ then you’re in for a second chance at Beaulieu Show. The second of Hull & East Riding Caravan Manufacturers’ Association’s annual show, which takes place on 23-25 September (public) 22nd September (trade).
Taking place on the beautiful Beaulieu Estate of New Forest, Hampshire you will have the opportunity to see the latest in holiday lodges and park homes at the main show for the south of England.
What you can expect to see from Prestige & Homeseeker Park & Leisure homes.
LookOut – The showstopper of the year! This is Prestige pushing the boundaries on Holiday living, creative in design and all the mod cons you could ask for in a holiday lodge – a definite must see.
Glass House – Innovative in design and one of our most popular lodges, ‘Prestige Glass House’ never fails to impress.
Seascape – The brand new Prestige beach style holiday lodge. Whether you dream of owning a lodge by the beach or just dream about ocean breezes, you can enhance the natural beauty of this home with crisp white walls and splashes of watery pastel tones, it’s more than a beach house.
Prestige and Homeseeker will also be displaying two of their most popular in Residential Park Homes the ‘Homeseeker Sofia’ and the ‘Prestige Residence’, take sneaky peak of the luxurious interiors:
For more information on how to get there please go to www.lawnsandbeaulieushows.com, we look forward to seeing you.
The Prestige & Homeseeker Team.
We’re really looking forward to the Lawns Show in September and hope you can join us on our stand where we’ll be displaying five luxurious holiday lodges. Three of these models are brand new….Foresters Lodge, Seascape and the LookOut.
The Hull and East Riding of Yorkshire Caravan Manufacturers’ Association runs two events every September, to introduce the new season’s caravans don’t miss out!
Venue & Date
3-4th September (public days) 6-8th September (trade days) – The Lawns, Harland Way, Cottingham, East Yorkshire HU16 5SQ.
For further details: www.lawnsandbeaulieushows.com
What you can expect to see from Prestige Park and Leisure Homes
NEW! The Lookout 45 x 22
An iconic design. Prestige are pushing the boundaries when it comes to holiday lodges and not giving much away…a must see.
NEW! Foresters Lodge 45 x 20
Brand new holiday lodge from Prestige our Foresters lodge has the style and appeal of a traditional barn conversion with timber exposed beams spanning the width of this holiday home creating a wonderfully inviting atmosphere.
NEW! Seascape 42 x 14
The brand new Prestige beach style holiday lodge. Whether you dream of owning a lodge by the beach or just dream about ocean breezes, you can enhance the natural beauty of this home with crisp white walls and splashes of watery pastel tones, it’s more than a beach house.
Buckland 40 x 20
A welcoming lodge with fresh colour schemes and new fabric designs to be seen. This holiday lodge has plenty to offer on space, no wonder the Buckland is one of our most popular lodges.
Casa Di Lusso 45 x 22
Still as Breath-taking as ever with a some updates you won’t be disappointed with the ‘house of luxury’. Open plan living area is vast, lined by rustic white wash, rough sawn timber walls. Communal and inviting, heavy, lustrous fabrics in neutral tones warm the space whist floor to ceiling windows provide an abundance of light.