Changes at Locomotion Models

18 March 2022
Dennis Lovett, Exclusive Models Marketing Executive, steps down from his part time role, to advise in a voluntary capacity.

Photo credit: BOB SWEET

Locomotion Models, part of the Science Museum Group, is undergoing reorganisation. As a result, Dennis Lovett, Exclusive Models Marketing Executive, is stepping down from his part time role which will be incorporated into a full-time role covering marketing for Locomotion Models & Science Museum Ecommerce. The changes come into effect on March 31, 2022. Dennis has agreed to continue to provide some on-going support to the team as an advisor in a voluntary capacity.

Tom Mackie, Science Museum Group’s Group Retail Operations Manager said, “with the transfer to a new full-time Marketing role, Dennis felt it was the right time to step down. We thank Dennis for his contribution over the past 3½ years during what has been a challenging time. We are delighted that he has agreed to continue in a voluntary advisory role as we build up to major events which are being planned for the 200th Anniversary of the Stockton & Darlington Railway in 2025”.

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Dennis Lovett said, “after retiring from Bachmann in 2018, I was invited to take a part time role with Locomotion Models and to assist in developing and promoting some exciting new models. With the business requiring a full-time Marketing position, now is the time to step back and finally retire from day-to-day involvement. I will remain as a volunteer to assist the Locomotion Models team in researching and developing new models with its manufacturing partners. I will of course still be involved in the hobby and may even now have the time to finish some of my own projects”.


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