Grandwest Enterprises Receives Award from Lund International

Grandwest Enterprises Receives Award from Lund International

Recently, Lund International presented Grandwest Enterprises with an appreciation award honoring their 25 years of service as a wholesale distributor of top quality pick-up truck, van and car accessories.

Recently, Lund International presented Grandwest Enterprises with an appreciation award honoring their 25 years of service as a wholesale distributor of top quality pick-up truck, van and car accessories.

Grandwest Enterprises began as a distributor for the Deflecta-Shield brand over two decades ago. Located in Saskatoon, Canada, Grandwest (www.grandwestauto.com) has the largest stock of truck accessories in Canada with more than 100,000 square feet in warehouse space.

“We go back many years together,” said Eric Medves, sales director for Lund International. “We have seen many changes in the automotive industry and Grandwest has been a staunch supporter of the Lund International brands through those changes. It’s our honor to be able to present them with this award.”

Lund International is a leading designer, manufacturer and marketer of a broad line of accessories for the automotive aftermarket. Its products are sold under the brand names AVS, Deflecta-Shield, Lund, Nifty and Trenz.

For additional information, visit www.lundinternational.com.


From left to right: Gerry White, Holmes, Hicks, White & Associates; Roger Braun, buyer Grandwest Enterprises; Eric Medves, regional director, Lund International; George Reddekopp, president Grandwest Enterprises; Brian Pierce and Laurie Semenoff, sales representatives for Grandwest Enterprises.

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