Rotary Corporation announces national sales award winners

Jason Wiggins, left, receives the Duke Award from Ed Nelson, Rotary’s president and CEO.

Rotary Corporation recognized several team members for outstanding performance in sales and leadership during the company’s national sales meeting in July at Lake Oconee, Ga.

The Duke Award, named in honor of the company’s late founder, Duke Harvey, was presented to Jason Wiggins. Wiggins was applauded for consistently displaying “competitive and positive efforts” to ensure continued growth and success at Rotary during the past year.

Clarke Baum, Rodney Collins, Gerald Sturgis and Greg Vaughan were the recipients of outstanding sales awards. Each was commended for achieving excellence in sales and dealer support.

“Our sales team is committed to fulfilling the needs of our growing network of independent servicing dealers,” said Mark Smith, Rotary’s vice president of sales and marketing. “Our sales representatives work closely with dealer partners to improve their profitability through sales and growth initiatives. This strong commitment to dealers ensures long-term success through a partnership that is centered on trust and reliability.”

Celebrating its 60th anniversary in 2017, Rotary is a family-owned business with a state-of-the-art manufacturing and distribution facility at its world headquarters in Glennville, Ga. Plus, it operates eight U.S. distribution centers and has alternate shipping centers strategically located throughout the United States. Rotary is recognized as a leading supplier of outdoor power equipment parts, tools and accessories, serving customers in all 50 states and 68 countries around the globe. Approximately 80 percent of Rotary’s complete line of parts is manufactured in the U.S.A.