New Classic honors year's top sales reps
April 4, 2013,
Arnold Pollock, second from left, is New Classic Home Furnishings’ salesperson of the year. He is pictured at the awards banquet in Las Vegas with company executives Scott Hill, left, Rob Hoffman and Carlos Dominguez.
Named salesperson of the year was Arnold Pollock from upstate New York. He was recognized for having grown sales in his territory by 141% in 2012 and was awarded $1,000 and an all-expenses-paid trip to China.
The company also presented MVP awards, for achieving sales of more than 115% of their quota, to Rich Cohen, Pennsylvania; David Rickel, Iowa and Nebraska; David Schmidt, Kansas and Missouri; and Mike Foster, Southern California. Each received a plaque recognizing their achievement along with $500.
Officials attending the event included Ryan Liu, CEO of company parent and manufacturing partner Yihua Cos., and Jean Tong, president of Yihua Corp. of China.
"All these sales reps exemplified the hard work, dedication and integrity of what New Classic is looking for in its sales team," said Rob Hoffman, executive vice president of sales and marketing. "Our goal is to be simply the best at every aspect of our business, and these individuals are just that."
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