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Straight to the pool room

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In a marathon “re-clothing” of the pool table, master craftsman Luke Muldoon worked for 6 hours straight so that the Vision6 team was able to minimise its time spent without the pool table.

Veteran pool table users, like Sales and Support Manager, Jonathan Tobin are very excited about this development.  In reaction to the refurbishment he has devised a set of rules.
His many gems of wisdom include tips such as –

“Do not place drinks on the table.”
“Do not intentionally run your fingers the opposite way of the direction of the felt…”

The long awaited refurbishment was instigated by Vision6 Executive Director, Mathew Myers.

“This re-model is long overdue and I am hopeful my game will improve as a result.” He said.

Some less enthusiastic team members are sceptical about the new table.

“That money could have bought the girls a hair straighter for the bathroom or a Nintendo Wii so we could do yoga at lunch.” Said Training Manager, Melina Kellam.

However, by-an-far the reaction to the new pool table has been very positive with several staff members including Matthew Johnson, Hadrian Oliver and Olivier Allart spotted staring at the attractive new blue felt with obvious adoration.

Since the completion of the pool table (approximately one day ago) much pool has been played and fun had.

* Disclaimer: Many quotes may in fact be completely made up and posted here without any consent whatsoever in order to make this article more exciting.

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