Conservatory Outlet Network Salesman Enjoys Top Dog Clean Sweep

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Jim Oliver’s dominance in this year’s Conservatory Outlet Top Dog competition shows no sign of ending after he became the first competing salesman this year to win all three monthly awards, including overall Top Dog for September.

His triple triumph, which also saw him acquire sizeable Loggia conservatory and Heritage Windows sales, earned him a record 12-point tally.

Jim Oliver’s dominance in this year’s Conservatory Outlet Top Dog competition shows no sign of ending after he became the first competing salesman this year to win all three monthly awards, including overall Top Dog for September.

His triple triumph, which also saw him acquire sizeable Loggia conservatory and Heritage Windows sales, earned him a record 12-point tally and gives him a substantial 19-point lead over second-placed Clive Brimmell.

With just three months to go, time is fast running out for Jim’s closest rivals to make a charge but things are far from done and dusted quite yet.

Jim wasn’t the only participant to record notable Loggia and Heritage Windows sales this month as bonus points for doing so has enabled Ross Manser of 5 Star Windows to climb up to third place in the table. Recent entrant Adam Spradbury of EAS Windows also scored highly in this facet of the competition which will stand him in very good stead for next year.

North East Dealer Pennine Home Improvements also now has representation in the Top 10 as Sean Cawley’s score of 3-points pushed him up in amongst the leading pack, meaning that there are now salesmen from seven different companies jostling for top spot. Clearview takes the spoils for boasting the greatest number of salesmen in the Top 10; three.

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