The trailer manufacturer said all three achieved an outstanding level of sales and customer service, leading to it honoring multiple dealers for the first time.
“Buying a trailer is a significant financial transaction and can be stressful because there’s so much information to digest,” said Tim Stewart, vice president of CCT, which has claimed four Strick dealer awards. “Human interaction is still an important part when purchasing large equipment. It’s something people tend to forget in our virtual world.”
Added Jarod Warsofsky, general manager at Boston Trailer: “Just like purchasing a new semi-trailer, matching your needs with the trailer’s functionality is another important purchase criterion. Asking the right questions upfront helps us to determine which choices among all of the options will provide the right trailer to meet the customer’s requirements.”
All three dealers are proving commitment to an outstanding customer purchase experience is the key to success in today’s market. “We are extremely proud of our team and the way they take care of our customers,” said Bob Pape, president at ABCO. “Without their hard work, expertise and dedication, we wouldn’t be the success we are today.”
And neither would Strick.
“Our top dealers continually demonstrate that they share our values of quality and innovation in serving our mutual customers,” said Steve Burns, president of Strick Trailers. “Our dealers are some of Strick’s most valuable assets and an integral part of the company’s success. It’s a privilege to work with them to keep America moving.”
Find Strick dealers online at stricktrailers.com/dealers.