England honors top sales reps

NEW TAZEWELL, Tenn. - England Inc. recognized its top sales representatives at its annual sales meeting prior to the October High Point Market.

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     Jim Emerson, England's Minnesota, North Dakota and South Dakota representative, received the award for large territory. The medium territory award went to Josh Weeks, who covers Colorado, southern Wyoming and western Nebraska. Michael Glynn, central Ontario, captured the award for exceptional small territory accomplishment.
     England's annual "Mr. D" Award went to Kerry Schut for her professional sales approach in Michigan.
     "Recognizing outstanding performance among our sales representatives is sometimes bittersweet," said company President Otis Sawyer. "We love to acknowledge those representatives who turn in stellar results year after year, but identifying a few necessarily means passing over the remaining ones. We have a great collective sales force and we are grateful to each and every one on our team."

Jim EmersonJim Emerson, left, large territory award, and England’s Terry England.Kerry SchutKerry Schut, left, recipient of the “Mr. D” award, and England’s Otis Sawyer.
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