GREENSBORO, N.C. — Volvo Trucks North America, Inc., saluted its highest-achieving dealer sales professionals at its annual Master Sales Leaders Conference, held May 12-15 at Casa de Campo in the Dominican Republic.
Five sales professionals received special recognition as the best of the best, based on the number of different customers sold, Volvo engine sales and total number of trucks sold. The Canadian honourees were John Spieran of Expressway Trucks Waterloo in Ayr, Ont. for Canadian Salesperson of the Year and Jason Ker of Mid-Ontario Truck Centre in Shanty Bay, Ont. for Canadian Used Truck Salesperson of the Year.
In addition, the top sales professionals and managers from Volvo Trucks dealerships in the U.S. and Canada were designated Gold Master Sales Leaders in seven categories.
A Canadian professional received recognition in each of those seven categories.
In the New Truck Sales category, the following received Gold Master Sales Leader status in each of their respective sub-categories: Shawn Hornoi of Regina Volvo Trucks in Regina, Sask. in Number of Trucks Sold; Evgueni Petrenko of Sheehan’s Truck Centre, Inc. in Burlington, Ont. in Multiple Customer Sales; Jean-Pierre Bolduc of Centre Du Camion Ste-Marie, Inc. in St-Remi, Que. in Volvo Power Sales; Martin Whitford of Pacific Coast Heavy Truck Group in Surrey, B.C. in Vocational Trucks; and Aaron Bartoshewski of Regina Volvo Trucks in Regina, Sask. in Managers.
In the Previously Owned Truck category, Adam Cziraki and Dennis Sheehan, both of Sheehan’s Truck Centre, Inc. in Burlington, Ont., were honoured in the Salesperson and Sales Manager sub-categories respectively.
Attaining Master Sales Leader status is a prestigious accomplishment. Gold is the highest level of the program for Volvo Trucks sales professionals. The program has existed for more than 20 years.
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