Mike Olley, Manager of the Westside Business Improvement District, said: “The BOBs have always been the talk of the town. The energy, excitement and buzz that our annual awards creates amongst the venues, is second to none and the 10th one will be no different.”
Broad Street manager Mike Olley told BBC WM's Joanne Malin that Gil was so popular he beat Trevor Francis in a poll of Blues fans for the honour.
Broad Street Manager and successful businessman Mike Olley describes how coming to Fircroft in the early 1990's was 'the platform for everything that followed' in his life.
You’ve got to hand it to Mike Olley, for sheer chutzpah. And as an example of some of the things our politicians get up to. He’s one of the contenders for the in the West Midlands, the biggest force outside London.