Daimler awards 2008 top performers

Posted on February 2, 2009

 [IMAGE]Daimler-people-full-1.jpg[/IMAGE]Daimler Buses North America presented its Top Performer of the Year Awards at its annual sales, service and parts meeting held in Orlando, Fla. immediately following UMA Expo 2009.

“Daimler Buses North America enjoyed a successful 2008, which was a direct result of the excellent work performed by all our sales, service and parts staff,” said Patrick Scully, chief commercial officer for Daimler Buses North America. “Taking time out to identify our top performers from the year allows us to formally recognize exemplary individual achievements by our team.”

This year’s awards go to: Darril King, Rob Lambert and Janet Cathey (tie), for Setra/Sprinter Sales; John Obert, for Orion Sales; Eddie Stout, for Setra Support; and Nick Pantazis for Orion Support.

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