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Bachcare Boosts Sales Force With Two New Hires

1st September 2014

Immediate Release

Bachcare Boosts Sales Force With Two New Hires in National Expansion

Bachcare, New Zealand’s only full service national holiday home rental and management company, announces the appointment of two new Owner Liaison Managers, Rachel Williams and Julie Wales.

Lower Hutt resident, Ms Williams will manage the Wellington region territory. Tertiary qualified with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Communications & Advertising, she bringsover 15 years proven sales experience in media and online recruitment to her newly created role. Previous employers include the Yellow Pages Group.

Ms Wales will be responsible for supporting new holiday home owners from the Auckland area. The former licensed residential real estate salesperson has an extensive background in sales management particularly in the tourism industry. In the past she has held roles with Sheraton, Avis and Bayleys Real Estate.

“Our focus is all about making it easy for owners to rent their holiday home so they can sit back and enjoy their rental return. To fulfil this promise, we pride ourselves on taking care of the details so it made perfect business sense to have not one, but two dedicated team members covering the territories where the majority of our North Island owners reside” says Bachcare CEO, Leslie Preston.

In the ten years since launching, the Kiwi-owned company has grown from a handful of properties in the Coromandel to currently being New Zealand’s only nationwide full-service holiday home rental management company that currently represents over 850 properties as it expands into new regions across the country.

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