Trane Recognizes Top 10 Territory Managers

Trane's "Top Ten" territory managers for 2011 were recognized at the Trane Annual Awards Banquet held in February.

The winners scored in the top 10% of all Trane territory managers across the U.S., by realizing their annual sales goals in sales of Trane equipment in 2011. In appreciation of their achievement, the following territory managers were treated to a trip to Melia Cabo Real Resort in San Jose del Cabo, Mexico.

The 2011 Top Ten Winners:

  • Ryan Murray: Phoenix DSO – 2nd award
  • Kelly Blaschke: Hunton, Houston – 2nd award
  • James Phillips: Phoenix DSO – 1st award
  • Mark Moseley: Phoenix DSO – 9th award
  • Brandon Gibson, Air Engineers – 3rd award
  • Rick Redieck: O'Connor, Omaha – 1st award
  • Devoe Ward: Dallas DSO – 1st award
  • Rick Arrigo: Gensco – 1st award
  • David Cordray: Hunton, Houston – 4th award
  • Sharon Madkins: Dallas DSO – 1st award
  • Tyler Cox: Kentucky, Tennessee DSO – 1st award
  • Bryan Taylor: Jacksonville, Orlando DSO – 1st award
  • Matthew Kritzer: Lyon Conklin, WVA – 1st award
  • Dale Williford: Dallas DSO – 1st award
  • Blaine Meador: Lyon Conklin – WVA – 1st award
  • Stephen Krivan: Phoenix DSO – 1st award
  • Bob Hardage: Hunton, Houston – 4th award
  • Vincent Montalbano: Hunton, Houston – 1st award
  • Bill White: Hunton, Oklahoma City – 2nd award
  • Darrell Robison: O’Connor, Tulsa – 2nd award

“Each year we gather to recognize and honor the accomplishments of our premier territory managers and our 2011 award winners have done an exceptional job delivering the value and benefits of Trane to their dealers and in turn, our customers,” said Jamie Byrne, vice president of Trane Sales, Residential Solutions. “We are honored to have them as part of the team and their efforts are one of the reasons we say ‘It’s hard to stop a Trane’.”

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