Name :Alan Lindsay Company : TJ Hughes Position : General manager Role : Alan will be responsible for the day-to-day operations of the Belfast store which opened on Wednesday 24 March 2010, at Cityside Shopping Mall, Yorkgate. He will manage over 150 staff. Track record : Alan began his career at Woolworths, holding several senior positions across its Scottish stores and heading up its Big W store in Glasgow. He joined TJ Hughes in 2006 and was the |general manager of its biggest store in Glasgow.
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