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Sick Public Relations Company 'FRANK PR' takes on Hammerson's Brent Cross, Croydon Centrale, Reading Oracle and Southampton WestQuay ("What's that?" "Oh, SLICK.")

Link to 'The Drum'

"Hammerson, the FTSE 100 real estate company, has appointed Frank PR to look after public relations for four of its shopping centres, [to] attempt to establish Brent Cross in North London, Centrale in Croydon, The Oracle in Reading and WestQuay in Southampton as lifestyle destinations, as well as manage crisis communications. [Plenty of scope there, then.]

Alex Grier, Frank PR's managing director, said:
"... We look forward to ..."
Stephen Brown, UK marketing director at Hammerson added:
"... and we look forward to ..."
Hammerson has been forced in the past month to reiterate its commitment to regeneration of city centres through retail, after cancelling projects worth a combined £1.4bn in Sheffield and Swansea."  [Not to mention Brent Cross Cricklewood.]

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