San Diego, CA – Eagle Creek is proud to announce it has chosen Harold Mullins and Atlantic Sports Group as 2014 Rep Agency of the Year.
“I am thrilled to be recognizing Harold for all his hard work and resulting success in 2014,” said Tim McGuire, Sr. National Sales Manager at Eagle Creek. “Harold began repping the Eagle Creek brand back in 1983, and he still brings an enthusiasm and passion to the job that makes him one of the most respected sales agents in the industry.“
Owned by Harold Mullins and Steve Reeder, Atlantic Sports Group team includes Ryan Dee, Jeanne Stopyro, Robin Bahre and Sharon Gaffey (ret.). Atlantic has been representing Eagle Creek since 1983, this is the second time they have received the honor. The group directs sales in New England and Upstate New York. Atlantic also represents complimentary outdoor brands, Yakima, Fischer Nordic, K2 Skate, PowerBar, Hyrdapak, Whispbar, Tubbs Snowshoes, and Shock Doctor.
“I am really honored to be receiving this award,” said Mullins. “Eagle Creek is a great brand that has maintained its’ DNA and authenticity. It’s the people that make up the company that has made all the difference.“ Mullins went on to thank everyone who’s ever worked at Eagle Creek for their help.
Awarded annually, the Eagle Creek Agency of the Year Award is an opportunity for Eagle Creek to recognize a rep or agency who delivers outstanding results along with superior customer service. Atlantic was selected for their double-digit revenue growth, account and channel expansion, business acumen, planning/forecasting, communications and dealer relations. Always inspired by travel, the Eagle Creek Rep of the Year award includes a trip for two to a dream destination, and 2014 is no exception: Peru.
All aspects of brand building are considered for this award, including but not limited to: in-store presentation, staff training, assortment planning, relationship building, sales growth and developing new business opportunities.
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