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Jasper Seattle Takes Top Award

February 5, 2014 - Press Release

Pictured are the outside sales reps for the Seattle Branch (L-R) Steve McPike, Adam Stack, Mitch Clayton (Branch Manager), Scott Nelson, Pat Griffith, and Jim King.
Pictured are the outside sales reps for the Seattle Branch (L-R) Steve McPike, Adam Stack, Mitch Clayton (Branch Manager), Scott Nelson, Pat Griffith, and Jim King.

The Seattle branch of Jasper Engines & Transmissions took home the President’s Award for 2013 at the company’s annual sales banquet January 28. 

Recognized as JASPER’s top branch award, the President’s Award is based upon improvements in several categories.

In addition, the Seattle Branch received awards for Most Improved Gas Engine Sales, Most Improved Diesel Sales, Most Improved Installation Kit Sales, and Most Improved Sales Volume, and placed third in Branch Customer Retention.

“I want to pass along congratulations to all the Associates of the Seattle Branch for winning the President’s Award for 2013,” says Zach Bawel, JASPER president & COO. “The Northwest market for JASPER products continues to grow and prosper.  I look forward to continued growth from our Seattle Branch in the future." 

Individually, Seattle Branch Manager, Mitch Clayton, won the Veteran Sales Representative of the Year, placed second in Customer Retention, and was a Gold Performance Level recipient, achieving a company sales increase in 2013 over the previous year.  Factory Representative Scott Nelson was a Silver Performance Award recipient, achieving a company sales increase in 2013 over the previous year.   Factory Representatives Jim King, Adam Stack, Steve McPike and Pat Griffith each were Bronze Performance Level recipients, achieving a company sales increase in 2013 over the previous year.

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