Federal Way worker awarded for largest sales increase

Reinke has recognized its Northwest territory manager Marvin Pascual of Federal Way as the company’s territory manager with the largest parts sales increase throughout the United States and Canada. The award is in acknowledgement of Pascual’s marketing year success.

  • Wednesday, December 23, 2015 5:08pm
  • Business

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Reinke has recognized its Northwest territory manager Marvin Pascual of Federal Way as the company’s territory manager with the largest parts sales increase throughout the United States and Canada. The award is in acknowledgement of Pascual’s marketing year success.

Pascual was honored during Reinke’s recent annual convention held in November in Dallas, Texas.

“Congratulations to Marvin on this well-deserved recognition,” said Tom Palmertree, Reinke’s director of marketing. “We thank him for his ongoing dedication to Reinke, our dealers and to the agricultural community.”

Reinke dealerships and territory managers from across the United States and Canada gather each year to attend the company’s sales convention. The convention awards ceremony recognizes select dealerships and individuals for their hard work and dedication to sales and marketing throughout the past year.

Reinke Manufacturing Company, Inc. is one of the world’s most recognized manufacturers of center pivot and lateral move irrigation systems. For more information, visit www.reinke.com.

 

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