DIARY: One minute you’re up, the next you’re in Kent

Cragie Taylor’s young account manager, Emily Caroe, has been experiencing the full gamut of PR’s ups and downs.

Cragie Taylor’s young account manager, Emily Caroe, has been

experiencing the full gamut of PR’s ups and downs.



In a promising start, Caroe found herself in Lanzarote to see her client

off in a mini-transit yacht race. Sadly, she was scheduled to leave sun

and sea all too quickly to fly back to lovely Rochester in Kent to do

her bit at the glamour-packed Professional Darts Championship.



But the start of the yacht race was delayed by two days because of a

torrential storm, making her late for the start of the darts

competition.



As if this weren’t enough, having finally arrived back in sun-splashed

Britain, a five-hour ’journey’ via the M25 meant she was even further

delayed.



Caroe arrived just in time to see the eventual winner, Phil ’The Power’

Taylor, cruise through the quarter finals.



Bizarrely, Caroe claims to be pleased to have left Lanzarote. ’Darts is

such good fun,’ she giggles, without a hint of irony. ’I was calling

friends from Lanzarote who have Sky TV to turn the volume up so I could

hear who was winning.’



Caroe also claims that darts players are now keen fitness fanatics and

points out they don’t drink on stage anymore. It all seems to be taking

dedication a little too far.



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