2019 USI Atlantic Convention / Open House

Uni-select Atlantic held another successful members convention/ open house from October 17th to October 20th at the newly renovated Crowne Plaza in Moncton, nb. 

On Day 1 the annual jobber meetings were held followed by a nice casual buffet dinner, followed by a pub tour downtown Moncton. 

On Day 2 jobbers met for a series of supplier presentations given by Raybestos, BlueStreak, Surwerx, Valvoline, Henkel/ Loctite, Delphi, Gates, Spectra Premium, DV Systems, Shell, DRiV, Private Brands & Dorman. 

That evening they held their Awards Banquet where Jeff Austin, Regional Sales Director & Meaghan Bennett, Marketing & CCR Manager handed out several Supplier Awards. They also held their Silent Auction raising over $3,300 to go towards the Canadian Cancer Society. Followed by entertainment from the “Scarlett Band”. 

The Following Suppliers were recognized for achieving the highest sales growth in the past year: 

Application Parts: Awarded to Gates, accepted by: Tyler Brown & Daryl Cleroux. 

Non-Application Parts: Awarded to Shell accepted by: Guy Belanger & Ray Smith. 

The Uni-Select Atlantic Division membership Voted to recognize the top 3 Regional Sales Representatives for outstand- ing support: 

Mark Woodburn- Raybestos 

Steve Stockdale- J.D Coyle Sales 

Eric Allen- Mevotech 

Finally, the division’s highest honour, an Award of Excellence was presented to DNS in recognition of their outstanding accomplishments in fill rate, lead times, product support, and inventory Management. John Coyle, and Steve Stockdale accepted the award on behalf of DNS. 

On Day 3 they held their Annual Open House at the USI Moncton Distribution Center in their warehouse. 

There were 72 Supplier booths and over 150 Members & Installers walked the floor. USI would like to thank all the Suppliers, Members, and Installers for their continued support.

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