The month of May has proved to be particularly fruitful for one salesman within the Conservatory Outlet network after John Newton of Clearview Home Improvements took away the monthly title of Top Dog.
Following several hugely successful months for Clearview in 2012, the Warrington-based salesman called upon his years of sales experience and professional approach to bring in the leading amount of combined double glazing, door and conservatory sales within the dealership.
Conservatory Outlet’s ‘Top Dog’ competition runs over a 12-month period, with the overall winner securing a trophy and significant cash prize. A series of monthly prizes are also handed out in a range of other categories.
In further good news for the company, a further Clearview salesman, Mark Duggan, managed to attract the largest monthly conservatory order. Whilst George McLean of The Home Enhancement Company, Aberdeen, earned the Top Window Salesman trophy and Richard Holloway of Premier Windows, Oswestry, emphatically won the Largest Window Order category.
At the moment, Jim Oliver of James Oliver Conservatories currently sits at the top of the overall ‘Top Dog’ league table as he looks to retain his title from last year. A total of five salesmen from Clearview are present within the top 10.
Leicester home improvement firm EAS Windows, one of the newest members of the network, have also recently joined the competition ensuring that the race for ‘Top Dog’ intensifies further. In addition to windows, doors and conservatories, they also offer aluminium bi-folding doors.
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