Robert takes helm at shopping centre

By Rob George Friday 14 December 2012 Updated: 14/12 12:29

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New St Andrew’s Shopping Centre manager Robert Fusco. (s

THE OWNERS of St Andrew’s Shopping Centre have welcomed a new centre manager in time for the busy festive shopping period.

Robert Fusco has been appointed by Salmon Harvester Opportunity Fund to run the town’s popular centre which features High Street chains such as Boots and Argos.

Mr Fusco has more than 20 years experience in retail which includes being centre manager at the Frenchgate Centre in Doncaster and the popular Braehead development in Glasgow.

He said: “I am very pleased to be joining the St Andrews Square team at such an exciting time”.

Matthew Meaden from Salmon Harvester Opportunity Fund said: “Robert has considerable and wide ranging experience in the shopping centre business that will greatly help us in our plans.”

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