HUDDERSFIELD Giants have pulled off a major coup by signing Bradford Bulls marketing chief James Brammer.
The 27-year-old has spent the past three years heading the marketing operation at Odsal.
But he has accepted the challenge of taking on a similar role at the Super League Giants.
He starts his new job at the Galpharm in a week's time, and admits he is excited about the task ahead.
"I've loved my time at the Bulls, but I'm ready for a fresh challenge," he said.
"I spent seven years at Odsal, first on corporate sales and then as marketing manager.
"That came after being on placement with the club from Sheffield University where I was studying for a recreation management degree.
"As soon as I graduated, Bradford offered me a job and it's gone on from there.
"But now I want to see what I can do at the Giants.
"Because I've worked in Super League with the Bulls, I've seen the way the Giants have been developing and I want to be a part of it.
"Huddersfield are a very forward-thinking club and I hope I can make a positive impression."
One of Brammer's initial tasks will be to push the sale of season tickets.
The club reports a steady uptake, with fans having until October 31 to buy their tickets and appear on the official team photograph.