Murray Feiss Presents Awards at Annual Salesmen Dinner

[caption id="attachment_4043" align="alignleft" width="225"]Neil Graves with Maria Scutaro Neil Graves with Maria Scutaro[/caption]

NEW YORK-Lighting company Murray Feiss recognized Neil Graves and Tri State Sales and Service as its Sales Agency of the Year for 2010 at its annual sales representative appreciation dinner held last month in Dallas.

"Neil represents the best of our sales force," said Maria Scutaro, vice president, sales and marketing. "He is always striving to find ways to make himself and Murray Feiss the best we can be for our customers. We are lucky to have him on our team."

In addition, long-time sales representatives Bruce and Suzanne Reegler received the company's first-ever Courage Award. Last year "was a challenging year for most of us, but Bruce and Suzanne weathered much bigger issues in 2010 with courage, grace and humor, and we all wanted them to know how much we admire them and care for them," Scutaro said.

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