Taking Stock: Sobell Rhodes rains supreme

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07 Feb 2014

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Rain on water

TAKING STOCK isn't a fan of rain. It's wet and cold, and TS likes to stay dry and warm. Understandably, there are accountants that feel this way too.

So when gifted a brolly by our friends over at Sobell Rhodes, TS was grateful.

What TS should have considered was that Sobell Rhodes, a British Accountancy Award-winning firm, would do things bigger, better and dryer.

As you can see from the pic, the umbrella in question is, effectively, a makeshift tent.

We cannot find a pavement wide enough in the narrow streets of Ye Olde London Towne to accommodate it. Instead, it will be used to house tired hacks - those that schmooze then need a snooze.


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