KME Recognizes Top Sales Achievers at National Sales Meeting
- Each year at KME
’s National Sales Meeting, Sales Representative Organizations are recognized for outstanding sales and service performance. The 2012 meeting was held at Sands Casino and Resort in Bethlehem, Pa. and on Oct. 17, the best of the best were recognized. This year was particularly challenging because so many KME’s SRO’s gained market share and grew sales over the previous year.
KME’s Pinnacle Award recognizes organizations that have had significant growth over previous years. This year’s winners included: First Priority Emergency Vehicles of Manchester, N.J. and Gorman Emergency Vehicles of Elma, N.Y., while NAFECO, of Decatur, Ala. was the top award winner. KME’s Summit Club recognizes SRO’s who have had the highest overall sales volumes over the last year. This year’s winners included: Bulldog Fire Apparatus of Hopkinton, Mass. (pictured) and First Priority Emergency Vehicles, with NAFECO once again taking top honors.
KME’s Vision Award is a special award that isn’t based solely on sales or numbers. This award recognizes an organization that has made investments in their business at all levels; training, service, personnel, branding, and sales that have significantly affected market share in their region and over-all ability to service their customers. This year’s Vision Award was presented to Bulldog Fire Apparatus. KME is proud of each and every one of our SRO’s and their dedication to their customer’s needs. The KME sales and service team is dedicated to excellence and providing honest and professional support. For more information, go here
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