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Country Clipper recognizes a pair of organizations

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The company named a distributor of the year and presented an outstanding achievement award.

| September 26, 2011

Country Clipper, a manufacturer of zero-turn lawnmowers, named Kaye Corp. as its Country Clipper 2011 Distributor of the Year. Kaye Corp. is located in North Mankato, Minn., and its territory includes North Dakota, South Dakota, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa and Northern Illinois.

Kaye Corp. was recognized for their exceptional work and results in the areas of sales improvement, dealer service and training and customer support. “Kaye Corp. has had outstanding results this year because they have worked to keep their relationships strong with their dealers and customers and have provided excellent service in every department,” said Dennis Ervin, director of sales and marketing for Country Clipper.

“We are extremely pleased at their results this past year and look forward to their continued success and outstanding performance.”

The company also presented Tait Distributors with the 2011 Outstanding Achievement. Tait Distributors is located in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada and their territory includes Western Ontario., Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, and British Columbia.  

Tait Distributors was recognized for their outstanding achievement in the sales of Country Clipper Zero Turn Mowers. “Tait Distributors has shown an outstanding performance in the marketing and sales of Country Clipper.  They have done an excellent job of using new and different outlets to reach out to their customers,” said Dennis Ervin, director of sales and marketing for Country Clipper, “It’s always great to see an organization really step up to the challenges that the economy holds and not only hold their ground, but improve it.”

Tait Distributors has been a Western Canadian distributor of Outdoor Power Equipment since 1979They currently distribute Efco, Earth Augers, Estate Products, Little Beaver, Maxin, Ohio Steel, Plugr, Robin and York Brooms and Rakes.

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