April 16, 2010

ABC Companies recognizes top performers

ABC Companies named its top sales performers for 2009.

The Account Executive of the Year was presented to Claude Payne, who is responsible for sales and customer support in the Mid-Atlantic States for ABC's Southeastern Region. Payne has been sales manager in the area for the past seven years and recognized for his sales excellence in four of the past six years.

Jim Morrison, a 13-year veteran was awarded Second Place. Morrison — vice president in ABC's Southeastern region — is a two-time winner of this achievement award. His territory encompasses the state of Florida.

Charlie Walser, a senior account executive and 24-year veteran with ABC, was honored with third place. Walser is responsible for sales and customer support in the southern third of California in ABC's Western Region and has consistently been ranked as one of the top performers for ABC Companies.  

Meanwhile, at the recent ABC Parts Sales meeting in Florida, John Peckels was named ABC Parts Sales Person of the year. John joined the company in September 2008 with over 30 years experience in the transit bus industry. He is responsible for parts sales representation in ABC's Midwest region.

 

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