Home / News / Selco’s the story for wannabe builder

Selco’s the story for wannabe builder

A six-year-old from Bristol who wants to become a builder chose the Selco Trade Catalogue for World Book Day.

Flynn Sands selected a builder from Selco Builders Warehouse’s catalogue when asked to choose his favourite character from a book.

The Stoke Lodge Primary School pupil is a regular visitor to the Bristol Filton branch of Selco, based on Taurus Road off Gipsy Patch Lane.

The youngster’s mother Charlotte Sands said: “Flynn is absolutely obsessed with builders, people who work in the trade and Selco.

“Most weekends he is in Selco Bristol with my dad who is a builder and he loves the place. He genuinely thinks he works at Selco!

“He is so determined to become a builder or tradesperson in his future career, he uses his pocket money to buy wood just so he can drill some holes. His request to dress up as the builder from the Selco catalogue actually came as no surprise to me but I’m sure it raised a few eyebrows amongst his teachers and friends!”

Carine Jessamine, marketing director of Selco Builders Warehouse, said: “Flynn is an absolute star and the picture is the talk of the whole team.  We know our Trade Catalogues are popular with our customers and all professional tradespeople but it’s brilliant to hear the next generation are finding it a real page-turner too.  We wish Flynn every success in his long-term career.”

 

About Fiona Russell-Horne

Fiona Russell-Horne
Group Managing Editor across the BMJ portfolio.

Check Also

New scheme offers NHS workers discounts at builders merchants

The Builders Merchants Federation is co-ordinating a new scheme to provide NHS workers with discounts …