May 10 2013

Signtronix – Alabama ALWAYS Rollin’

Published by at 12:38 pm under Signtronix,Signtronix Signs

“Roll Tide” is an expression commonly heard in Alabama. The Alabama “A” Team is definitely rolling along and building momentum. The team has enjoyed visits from Vernie Boren and Jim Callahan! That’s TWO inspiring legends of the company in as many weeks.

Jon Howell had one-on-one time with both Vernie Boren and Jim Callahan.  Jon has been putting his lessons to practice in the field and has been seeing nice dividends. He is working on his 1st Sijan Award with the entire team behind him.

DM Brandon Gither has been leading by example in the field and is leading the team in both contracts and volume.Brandon has written a variety of orders from window packages to large outdoor combo packages while field training his newest team members.

Kristen Gowins’ Icebreaker came as she helped a Gift Shop with an LED-40. Kristen worked hard to master her presentation and has proven her skills in the field. Angela Rector got her Icebreaker by helping a Leather Goods Store with a new Model 46. Angela’s background as a retail store owner has helped her appreciate the opportunity at Signtronix and her desire to succeed is obvious by her efforts and dedication.

New Dealer Greg Holifield was the first to get his Icebreaker and is currently leading the pack with four contracts! Greg has his sights set on his first of many bonus signs. Cold calling is how Greg found his first three customers, and his fourth came from a referral.

RM Ron Gither has so much to be thankful for this Thanksgiving. Vernie Boren is at the top of the list. “I love Vernie like a father. I am also thankful for my family and my most recent addition, Kashton. Thank you to my son and DM, Brandon, and my entire team for their efforts.

We’re blessed and thankful to have you, Ron.  Keep up the great work you are doing!

 

 “As long as you’re going to be thinking anyway, think big.”  ~Donald Trump

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