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Simonson Lumber of Crosslake wins Marvin Windows award

Marvin Windows and Doors has announced the winners of its 2014 Marvin Makes A Difference annual rewards program. Given to Marvin dealers for outstanding achievement in sales and business development, Marvin Makes A Difference allows dealers to re...

Marvin Windows and Doors has announced the winners of its 2014 Marvin Makes A Difference annual rewards program.

Given to Marvin dealers for outstanding achievement in sales and business development, Marvin Makes A Difference allows dealers to receive recognition and valuable business tools to help grow their business.

For 2014, Simonson Lumber of Crosslake was one of 29 Marvin dealers who achieved the President's Club level of award. These elite dealers are longtime Marvin partners who have met or exceeded their sales goals, continued to grow in volume of Marvin and Integrity business, and participated in various development efforts to support their local customers.

As a President's Club winner, they will receive a complete awards package from Marvin. The comprehensive awards include customized marketing materials and sales tools to enhance their showrooms and drive sales.

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