Aspenhome Wins Vendor and Representative of the Year Awards

PHOENIX-For the second time in five years, Pacific Furniture Dealers has selected case good manufacturer aspenhome as their "Vendor Partner Of The Year" marking only the second time that a case goods manufacturer has received this outstanding recognition. In addition, aspenhome sales representative Michael Gess was honored as the "Best Vendor Representative of the Year" at PFD's annual conference in Anaheim, Calif.

"PFD members voted for aspenhome to receive this prestigious award for being a vital partner to the PFD members and for helping them to develop and grow their case goods and upholstery container business," according to Jeff Weinstein, executive director of the PFD buying group. "Aspenhome is our largest container resource and the easiest to work with from Bill Colegrove and Dave Heard on down through the customer service department. Aspenhome's China warehouse makes it easy for our members to order as much or as little as they need and have it delivered in just 5-7 weeks."

 

Pacific Furniture Dealers is a 60-store furniture-buying group with stores in Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, Alaska, Northern California, Utah and Arizona.

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