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NAEDA announces award recipients

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Three companies were honored with the 2014 Dealer’s Choice Award.

| April 11, 2014

FENTON, Mo. - The North American Equipment Dealers Association (NAEDA) has announced the recipients of its 2014 Dealer’s Choice Award.

The NAEDA Dealer’s Choice Awards are determined from results of dealer evaluation data collected from the association’s annual Dealer Manufacturer Relations Survey.  The survey asks dealers to evaluate the companies whose products they sell in key areas correlated to a dealer’s operational model.

The Dealer’s Choice Award is designed to recognize those manufacturers who in the eyes of the dealers are doing an exceptional job of providing them with top-quality products, parts, services and support.

The recipients of the 2014 NAEDA Dealer’s Choice Awards are:  Kubota Tractor Corporation, Vermeer Corporation and Scag Power Equipment.

“These companies are to be complemented for their efforts to excel and assist in the key areas related to the dealer’s business operations,” says Joe Dykes, NAEDA. “While these companies came out on top it should be noted that many of the companies evaluated by the dealers also rated extremely well.  There is always room for improvement and the companies that our dealers represent, for the most part, perform well above average according to the survey results,” says Dykes.

NAEDA congratulates Kubota, Vermeer and Scag as recipients of the 2014 Dealer’s Choice Award and compliments all manufacturers in recognizing the importance of the dealer-manufacturer relationship from the dealers’ perspective.
 

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