With ten months left and only two points separating the top 16 sales reps in the table, all is still to play for
(PRWEB UK) 29 March 2013
Paul Kelly of Kent-based Eden Windows has two reasons to celebrate after being crowned Top Dog for February in Conservatory Outlet’s regular salesmen competition and securing the largest Loggia conservatory sale of the month.
Paul’s reward for doubling up is two Red Letter Day vouchers totaling £400 and a surge up the overall league table where he currently sits in joint-second place on eight points with four other salesmen, three of which are from Clearview Home Improvements.
This leaves him just one point off the top of the leaderboard currently occupied by three joint leaders, Dave Barrow of West Yorkshire Windows, Clearview Home Improvements’ Mark Duggan and Jim Oliver of James Oliver Conservatories who are all tied on nine points.
With ten months left and only two points separating the top 16 sales reps in the table, all is still to play for, with bonus points proving to be a worthwhile target as proved by Paul’s success. Bonus points are awarded for every Heritage Windows and Loggia conservatory sale.
Next month’s Conservatory Outlet Top Dog competition has been strengthened further with the addition of nine brand new entrants to the competition from High Wycombe-based double glazing and aluminium bi folding doors suppliers Hazlemere Window Company.