Jasper Engines & Transmissions' Denver Branch Wins Award

Jasper Engines & Transmissions’ Denver Branch Wins Award

The Denver, Colorado, branch of Jasper Engines & Transmissions took home the President’s Award for 2012 at the company’s annual sales banquet January 29th.

The Denver Branch is represented by (pictured left to right): Ben Schriever, Dave Bucholz, JASPER Regional Vice President Ken Williamson, Rodney Brewster and Branch Manager Ross Fawcett.The Denver, Colorado, branch of Jasper Engines & Transmissions took home the President’s Award for 2012 at the company’s annual sales banquet January 29th.

Recognized as JASPER’s top branch award, the President’s Award is based upon improvements in many categories, including:
• Percentage and total dollar sales increase;
• Percentage and number of units sold increase in every product category; and
• Percentage of profit increase and dollars increase of profit.

In addition, the Denver Branch received awards for Most Improved Gas Engine Sales, and Most Improved Sales Volume.

“I want to pass along congratulations to all the Associates of the Denver branch for winning the President’s Award for 2012,” says Zach Bawel, JASPER president/chief operating officer. “The Colorado market for JASPER products continues to grow and prosper.  I look forward to continued growth from our Denver branch in the future.”

“Congratulations to the entire staff of our Denver branch for taking top honors in 2012,” added Ken Williamson, JASPER regional vice president. “The branch exceeded sales expectations by providing exceptional service and products to the finest customers in the Rocky Mountain area.”

Individually, Denver Branch Manager, Ross Fawcett, was named Manager of The Year for 2012, and was a Bronze Performance Level recipient, achieving a company sales increase in 2012 over the previous year. Fawcett also received an award for Most Improved Sales Volume for 2012, achieving the greatest sales increase by an Outside Sales Representative over 2011.

Denver/Salt Lake City Factory Representative Ben Schriever was a Bronze Level recipient, achieving a company sales increase in 2012 over the previous year.

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