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Hosa Technology Recongizes The Peter E. Schmitt Company For Represenative Of The Year

The winner of the award was announced during Winter NAMM 2011.

Hosa Technology has announced that the company’s Rep of the Year has been awarded to The Peter E. Schmitt Company of Pompton Plains, NJ.

The Peter E. Schmitt Company represents Hosa Technology throughout the metropolitan New York area, which includes Rockland and Westchester counties as well as New Jersey north of and including the counties of Hunterdon, Middlesex, and Monmouth.

Hosa’s award acknowledges exemplary sales and service of the company’s products.

A grand honor to which many sales organizations aspire but few actually achieve, the award is a time-honored tradition that culminates with a pompous ceremony during which the plaque—complete with a cute little mouse—is bestowed upon the one rep firm for Finding the Most Cheese Above Goal.

In acknowledging the award, Bryan Ottens, Director of Retail Sales/E-Commerce for The Peter E. Schmitt Company, offered the following comment.

“All of us at The Peter E. Schmitt Company are delighted to be receiving this recognition,” Ottens said. “We realize the award is not something that is handed out casually. It represents the highest honor and we take tremendous pride in having this award bestowed upon our entire firm.”

“The plaque will be displayed prominently in our office and will serve as a daily reminder to all of us that hard work can, indeed, result in great achievements.”

Jonathan Pusey, Hosa Technology’s Director of Sales and Marketing, was equally upbeat about The Peter E. Schmitt Company’s accomplishments.

“All too often, the hard work and dedication of our sales representatives gets taken for granted,” said Pusey. “This is something that should never happen.”

“Our sales representatives are the lifeblood of our organization and we really do appreciate their efforts. On that note, we try to put a little humor and good cheer into this award as a means of recognizing the efforts of the winning firm.”

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