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Gavelhouse appoints Haylie Martin as Sales & Marketing Manag

Gavelhouse appoints Haylie Martin as Sales & Marketing Manager

Well known industry representative Haylie Martin has joined New Zealand Bloodstock as Sales & Marketing Manager for NZB’s online brand Gavelhouse.com.

Haylie will lead the launch of the new Gavelhouse.com online auction platform due to go live in March.

“I am thrilled to be joining Gavelhouse at this exciting time. Having the weight of NZB behind the brand and being NZ owned gives Gavelhouse that added advantage and integrity”.

“With no credit card surcharges, no or low 5% commission and no transportation costs to get your horse to a physical auction ring, we certainly can see the benefits for sellers to list their horses online,” said Martin.

Gavelhouse.com is due to launch in March, with the first auction taking place over 26 & 27 April.

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