CAN Names Harry Miller Sales 2018 Rep of the Year - Engine Builder Magazine

CAN Names Harry Miller Sales 2018 Rep of the Year

Harry Miller Sales has been named 2018 Sales Rep of the Year by the Custom Automotive Network, for its overall support for the custom aftermarket distribution system and conscientious dedication to the industry.

Harry Miller Sales has been named 2018 Sales Rep of the Year by the Custom Automotive Network, formerly known as Performance Warehouse Association. The prestigious award, voted on by CAN membership in recognition of overall support for the custom aftermarket distribution system and appreciation of conscientious dedication to the industry, was presented by CAN’s President, Tracie Nunez, at the 45th annual CAN Connect Conference in Frisco, TX on September 9, 2018.

Harry Miller Sales’ main office is in Cleveland, GA, with regional offices in Muskegon, MI; Morristown, PA; Upland, CA and Winchendon, MA.

“It is exciting to recognize the Harry Miller Sales team as the Sales Rep of the Year for a job well done,” said Nunez. “Their dedication and service to the distribution channel is known by many Custom Automotive Network members.”

Harry Miller Sales (HMS) was founded in 2010 with one mission: to be of service to performance and racing manufacturers, resellers and consumers by providing an “Old School” bridge between the factory and their target market base, and at the same time, help both sides embrace the “New Age” of parts distribution and technology.

Nunez explained that the HMS team proudly boasts well-over 190 years of combined industry experience and everyone on the HMS crew are true industry veterans, offering very valuable and unique background experience in all facets of the performance & racing industry.

Each year, HMS visits countless businesses and enjoys sound working relationships with companies of all sizes, ranging from ‘Mom & Pop Shops’, all the way up to the largest performance parts distributors in the USA. The HMS goal is to engage at all levels of the entire distribution channel.

HMS strives to make everyone’s experience with a manufacturer rep company as easy and enjoyable as possible. HMS genuinely cares about the brands they work with and the overall distribution network experience.

Custom Automotive Network was founded in 1970 as Performance Warehouse Association. The mission is to assist the custom automotive industry in efforts to expand, maintain and promote the profitable distribution of custom automotive products through the manufacturer/distributor/retailer/consumer channel. The trade association consists of about 500 member companies joined together to deal with management, financial and legislative matters. For more information visit www.customautomotivenetwork.com or call 760-346-5647.

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