CPFilms Names Sunmaster of Napa, Calif., “National Dealer of the Year”

February 18th, 2010 | Category: Industry News

CPFilms Inc. presented national and regional dealer awards at its annual elite Vista™ and FormulaOne™ window films dealer conference, held in Naples, Fla., January 29-31. During the event Sunmaster of Napa, Calif., was named National Dealer of the Year.

According to the announcement, Sunmaster was chosen from more than 500 dealers in CPFilms’ elite dealer program. The award was based on several criteria including dealer loyalty, growth, and the use of CPFilms exclusive sales and marketing programs.

Pro-Film of Torrington, Conn., won the Eastern Regional Dealer of the Year award, while Sunbusters of Austin, Texas, took home the Western Regional Dealer of the Year award. Several tiers of dealer loyalty awards were also presented at the event.

“Our annual elite dealer conference provides a unique opportunity to share best practices among our world class dealer base and to recognize outstanding achievements,” says Sal Abbate, CPFilms’ vice president, global sales and marketing. “We have been delighted with the engagement and turnout of our last two annual conferences in the midst of the economic storm. Sunmaster, as well our regional winners, have appropriately diversified their businesses and gone where the work is. Their adaption of the latest programs, products, techniques and unique selling propositions keep them on top of their game and the industry. We sincerely congratulate them and applaud their determination to succeed.”

“I am extremely proud to have been selected CPFilms National Dealer of the Year for 2009,” says Peter Mott, Owner, Sunmaster. “While most dealers consider their manufacturer in terms of a supplier we have always considered CPFilms a partner in our company. Utilizing their various programs, including co-op, their business builder tools, and the commercial energy analysis program, we have been successful in growing our business, particularly in the commercial market, far beyond our budgeted projections. In 2010 we fully expect that trend to continue as well as seeing the residential market return.”

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