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EPWI Announces its Vendor & Rep of the Year

Engine & Performance Warehouse Inc. (EPWI) named its 2018 "Vendor of the Year" and "Representative of the Year" at an Awards Dinner during EPWI’s annual summer conference in Beaver Creek, CO on Thursday, August 8th, 2019.

Engine & Performance Warehouse Inc. (EPWI) named its 2018 “Vendor of the Year” and “Representative of the Year” at an Awards Dinner during EPWI’s annual summer conference in Beaver Creek, CO on Thursday, August 8th, 2019.

Engine & Performance Warehouse named SA-Gear as the EPWI 2018 Vendor of the Year.

President and CEO Sal Abdallah, Vice President of Operations (CFO) Magdee Abdallah, and Vice President of Sales and Marketing Steve Tucker were present to accept the award for SA-Gear. The annual Vendor of the Year award is presented to the supplier or manufacturer based on performance scores during the prior year in seven categories. Categories include distribution/sales policies, pricing policies, inventory, returns, labor claims, office support and shipping/packaging.

Left to Right: Paul Van Woensel (EPWI), Sal Abdallah (SA-Gear), Magdee Abdallah (SA-Gear),
Steve Tucker (SA-Gear), Luke Van Woensel (EPWI)

Engine & Performance Warehouse named Chris Schell of Maxima Racing Oil as the EPWI 2018 Representative of the Year.

Chris Schell, Performance Auto Brand Manager for Maxima was present to accept the award. The Rep of the Year is selected annually, on a rotating basis by region, using combined votes based on performance scores during the prior year in three categories: sales support, distribution philosophies, and timely and accurate follow-through.

Left to Right: Paul Van Woensel (EPWI), Chris Schell (Maxima Racing Oils), Luke Van Woensel (EPWI)

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