Talk:Peter Mark

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Merge to Peter Mark discussion[edit]

I've been looking at the sourcing, and think this would be better merged into the Peter Mark article as a section. I'm not convinced this article meets the criteria for notability very cleanly, and what he is known for is his position at Peter Mark. Dennis Brown - © 21:30, 6 May 2012 (UTC)

  • Oppose. Not sure that's what the sources indicate. The Munster Express article is entirely about the individual with the only mention of the firm being context for Doyle. That said, I'm not sure either is notable. The source is probably too local to be sufficient for the coverage-related guidelines and someone needs to establish the significance of the awards. Separately, the article on Peter Mark states that a different person is its creative director. Bongomatic 23:58, 6 May 2012 (UTC)
You may be right that neither is notable, I was thinking a merge of Michael Doyle (hairdresser) here may give this article more of a chance to preserve the info and be within guidelines. Maybe. And Michael is a director of ONE shop, not all the shops. Dennis Brown - © 00:48, 7 May 2012 (UTC)