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Meet the Team

Mark Jepson

Mark Jepson

Managing Director

With over 20 years working in the Industry, Mark decided to use his knowledge and expertise to his advantage and step out on his own. Premier Storage was born in 2007, the result of a vision built over many years.

‘I started off my working life selling power tools before being ‘spotted’ by a Pallet Racking company, I was asked to join their sales team and from there on I didn’t look back.

After over 10 years as an employee, I decided that the time was right to take the leap and set up my own business, realising an ambition of many years. I started out working from my back bedroom on a home PC. After six months I had outgrown the bedroom, I moved to a unit at West Moor Park, Armthorpe and took on my first member of staff. From there the business has just continued to grow to the point we are at today. I have a great team working with me and I couldn’t have reached the point I am at today without them.’

Sarah Jepson


After supporting Mark in the background since the birth of the business, Sarah has now joined the Company on a full-time basis.

‘For the past 14 years I have worked as a Civil Servant working in benefit investigations, Mark has been asking me to join the Company full time for a number of years but at the forefront of my mind was always that thought can I really work with my husband every day!! Well here I am and there was nothing to worry about, all is going great.

As a mother and wife, I take great pride in my family and am proud of where the Company is today, all thanks to the hard work and dedication of Mark and the team.'


Francesca Gormley

Key Account Manager

Frankee is the Key Account Manager at premier storage and the newest member of the team. 

"I have worked in sales roles for 7 years and this is my most challenging role to date as we have so many products to offer and such a variety of customers to offer them to."

As the key account manager, it is Frankee’s job to keep in contact with our customers as well as dealing with any new customer enquires that come through to the office. "If there is something I can do to help then I will work hard for the customer to give them the product and service they require."

Staci Jones


Staci has been with Mark since he first ventured out of his bedroom. She was responsible for creating our first on-line store, tirelessly working through the product catalogues ensuring over 6000 products were available for our customer’s to buy on-line.

Always a happy and cheerful voice at the end of the telephone, Staci prides herself on doing her very best to ensure our customers receive excellent service and her product knowledge is second to none.

‘I am a working mum with a toddler at home, I love being a mum but I also love being at work, it is hard balancing the two but I get great satisfaction from my job and from knowing that my customer is happy with the service I have provided.’

Lewis Dowson

Technical & Online Sales

Lewis joined the team in 2019 and started in an apprenticeship role.

‘I come from working in an IT role and my role at Premier Storage will be a very challenging to take on as there are currently over 12,000 products listed on our website, but I am always up for a challenge.’

Jazz, Molly and Storm

Team mascots Jazz, Molly and Storm are regulars in the Premier Storage office.

Jazz is a West Highland White Terrier (Westie) and is the old lady of the family coming up to her 12th birthday, making her 84 in doggie years, she just likes to do her own thing (which mainly involves sleeping these days) but will soon let the youngsters know when they overstep the mark.

Molly and Storm are both Working Cocker Spaniels, Molly (the black and white one) is 3 years old and Storm (the black beauty) is the baby of the family at 18 months’ old.
Both Molly and Storm are keen Flyballers and spend their weekends touring the area in competitions or working hard training. Being Cocker Spaniels it is difficult to tire them out, they recently joined Mark and Sarah during their training for the National 3 Peaks Challenge and even though they did about 4 times more than their humans they could have still gone again.

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