Aspenhome Recognizes Top Reps

LAS VEGAS-Aspenhome's Annual Awards Dinner, held during the recent Las Vegas Market, celebrated "A Decade of Accomplishments and a Future of Even Greater Possibilities," and recognized the top Territory CEO of the Year and the top Territory CEO of the Decade.

Dick Diluzio, aspenhome Territory CEO for the New England area, was awarded the "Territory CEO of the Year."  According to David Heard, aspenhome executive vice president of sales, Diluzio increased sales by over 29 percent in the past year, had the largest dollar volume increase over 2009 and had the largest increase over the 2010 territory business plan.

Michael Gess, aspenhome Territory CEO for the Northwest area, received the "Territory CEO of the Decade" award. His accomplishments included territory increases in nine out of 10 years, having the largest dollar volume in aspenhome's domestic production facility over the past ten years, personally recognized twice as the "Best Vendor Representative of the Year" by the Pacific Furniture Dealers and previously recognized as "Territory CEO of the Year." 

"Dick and Michael are our shining stars at aspenhome," Heard said. "Their dedication to their retailers along with their execution of corporate objectives and leadership serves as an excellent role model for our entire sales team."

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