It’s great to see sales staff from new and established dealers alike all competing for the bragging rights of Top Dog, and the 2012 competition is set to be even better
(PRWEB UK) 25 March 2012
Jim Oliver of James Oliver Conservatories and Nick Trigg of Mid Wales Windows & Conservatories have emerged as the winners of the 2011 Conservatory Outlet Top Dog Competition.
Jim sold his way to the 2011 Top Dog title for combined sales of windows, doors and conservatories and Nick was the 2011 Top Dog for window and door sales only. Each man took home a cash prize, the winner’s trophy and the accolade of being a Top Dog.
James Oliver Conservatories is the Lincoln-based Conservatory Outlet dealer which has been a member of the network since January last year, and Mid Wales Windows, Newtown, has been in partnership with Conservatory Outlet for over three years.
Top Dog is the annual sales competition run and funded by fabricator Conservatory Outlet, the supplier of double glazing, doors and conservatories to the Conservatory Outlet Network of Dealers. Sales representatives from throughout the Conservatory Outlet Network – which has an annual group turnover of £70m – took part in the competition which ran from January 2011 to January 2012.
Sales of replacement windows – double and triple glazing – accounted for approximately one half of total sales, with the rest coming from sales of conservatories and orangeries.
Monthly Red Letter Day prizes and trophies are also awarded by Conservatory Outlet and throughout the year numerous employees were rewarded for their efforts from the likes of Clearview Home Improvements, West Yorkshire Windows and 5 Star Windows & Conservatories.
‘Dealers really do embrace the competition and, for some, it even forms part of their monthly sales meeting,’ said Greg Kane, sales director of Conservatory Outlet.
‘ It’s great to see sales staff from new and established dealers alike all competing for the bragging rights of Top Dog, and the 2012 competition is set to be even better with sales staff attending a 7-day retail sales training course, funded by Conservatory Outlet.’