The Top 10 now has representatives from no fewer than 7 different Conservatory Outlet dealers as the competition enters the final quarter of the year.
(PRWEB UK) 19 October 2012
Things appear to be going right down to the wire in Conservatory Outlet’s annual Top Dog competition, particularly in the category of overall window sales where the gap has been narrowed between the two leading network salesmen.
With the monthly honour of ‘Top Window Salesman’ going to The Home Enhancement Company’s Managing Director Peter McLean, who coincidentally was entering the competition for the first time, it sees the pressure cranked up on overall leader for double glazing window sales, Nick Trigg of Mid Wales Windows, who’s professional approach to sales makes him ever-present in the competition.
The Top 10 now has representatives from no fewer than 7 different Conservatory Outlet dealers as the competition enters the final quarter of the year. The largest single window order to be taken throughout the month of September was secured by Richard Manser of Kidderminster-based 5 Star Windows.
In the Overall Sales league table, this includes the transaction of conservatories, windows and aluminium bi-folding doors, Jim Oliver of James Oliver Conservatories once again came out Top Dog to extend his stay at the top and remain favourite for the end of year prize.
Special mention also goes to Doug Smith, who sold the Largest Conservatory Order for the second month in succession to make it a double celebration for salesman at The Home Enhancement Company and push himself closer to the leaders.