Peterbilt presents dealer awards

|  October 23, 2012 |

 

Allstate Peterbilt of Fargo is Peterbilt’s 2011 North American Parts and Service Dealer of the Year.

Peterbilt Motors presented awards to several dealerships at the company’s annual Parts and Service Meeting.

Peterbilt named Allstate Peterbilt of Fargo as the 2011 North American Parts and Service Dealer of the Year. Don Larson, dealer principal of Allstate Peterbilt of Fargo, accepted the award, which recognizes overall excellence in parts and service performance while enhancing business operations with the integration of new Peterbilt technology and product offerings. In 2011, Allstate Peterbilt of Fargo also received a Platinum Oval Dealer Award.

Peterbilt also named its Platinum Oval and Best in Class Parts and Service Award winners. This award recognizes dealer excellence and outstanding achievements in customer support, parts and service operations, facilities and financial performance.

The Platinum Oval Award winners are The Peterbilt Store —North Georgia, Peterbilt of Sioux City, Stahl Peterbilt – Grande Prairie, Peterbilt Manitoba – Winnipeg, Rush Peterbilt Truck Center– Tyler and Peterbilt Pacific – Kamloops.

The Best in Class Award winners are Stahl Peterbilt – Edmonton, Rush Peterbilt Truck Center – Houston, JX Peterbilt – Bloomington, Peterbilt of Council Bluffs and Hunter Peterbilt – Smithfield.

Peterbilt named Camions Excellence Peterbilt the 2011 TRP All-Makes Dealer of the Year for North America. The TRP Trailer Dealer of the Year was Rush Peterbilt Truck Center – Denver, and the TRP Bus Dealer of the Year was Mid-America Peterbilt in O’Fallon, Missouri.

This year, three new awards recognized dealers for their creativity and innovation in marketing, effective use of the TruckCare CONNECT system and engine parts and service excellence. The Parts and Service Marketing Dealer of the Year was Peterbilt Ontario Truck Centres, the CONNECT Dealer of the Year was Allstate Peterbilt of Winona and the Engine Parts and Service Dealer of the Year was The Peterbilt Store – Knoxville.

For more information, visit peterbilt.com.

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