JCB Honors Top North American Dealers | Construction News
JCB North America recently presented annual dealer awards to outstanding JCB dealerships in recognition of their exceptional efforts and achievements in 2015.
The awards were presented at regional JCB dealer meetings in Savannah, Chicago, Las Vegas, and Toronto.
“We look forward to presenting these awards as a token of our appreciation for the hard work and dedication our dealers exhibit throughout the year,” Christian Baillie, JCB North America’s vice president of construction equipment dealer sales. “Our annual awards serve as an opportunity for our dealers and JCB personnel to get together and collectively celebrate the successes of the past year, as well as to discuss strategic direction for the coming year.”
During this year’s dealer awards presentations, the following dealers were recognized:
Dealers of Excellence: Northland JCB (Wilmington, Mass.); JCB of Georgia (Pooler, Ga.); YES JCB (Madison, Wis.); JCB of Alabama (Leeds, Ala.) and Stephenson JCB (Harrisburg, Pa.).
Superlative/Individual Dealer Awards: Innovation in Marketing Strategy: Deep South JCB (Shreveport, La.); Facility of Distinction: JCB of Alabama (Leeds, Ala.); Rookie of the Year, Construction: Moore JCB (Toronto, Ontario); Rookie of the Year, Agriculture: Noble JCB (Olds, Alberta); Top Performer, Construction: Northland JCB (Wilmington, Mass.); Top Performer, Agriculture: Hawke JCB (Alton, Iowa); Spirit of JCB: Sievers JCB (St. Peters, Mo.); Fast Start Award: ProCon JCB (Las Cruces, N.M.); Champion of Customer Focus: Flaska JCB (Phoenix, Ariz.); Aftermarket High Performers: Northland JCB (Wilmington, Mass.), YES JCB (Madison, Wis.), N&S Tractor (Stockton, Calif.) and Bosse & Frere (Montmagny, Quebec).
“We wouldn’t be where are today without the daily commitment and reliability of our entire dealer network,” said Baillie. “We want to congratulate our dealers on another year of excellent performance. As we pass the mid-point of 2016, we know that together we will not only meet our aggressive goals for growth in North America, but surpass them.”