Todd Landon of Dave Landon Motors Ltd. holds the dealership's 11th President's Award

Landon earns President’s Award

PORT HARDY-Local Ford dealership earns 11th honour for for sales, customer satisfaction.

PORT HARDY—Dave Landon Motors Ltd. is among an elite group of Ford and Lincoln dealerships to be recognized with the 2013 President’s Award by Ford Motor Company of Canada, Limited. the company announced this week.

The President’s Award, Ford of Canada’s highest dealership honour, is presented annually to those dealerships who demonstrate outstanding achievement in sales and customer satisfaction.

For 2013, Ford of Canada is recognizing Ford and Lincoln dealers across the country for providing a superior customer experience in sales, service and overall dealership experience.

“Earning The President’s Award signifies our entire staff’s dedication to delivering superior customer satisfaction day in and day out,” says Todd Landon, principal owner of Dave Landon Motors Ltd. “I couldn’t be more proud to receive this recognition, especially since it comes from the people we value most — our customers. They’re the reason we are able to accept this award.”

Ford of Canada introduced The President’s Award in 2000. Dealers become eligible through excellence in dealership operations and exceptional customer feedback through survey responses related to their sales and service satisfaction and overall dealership experience.

Dave Landon Motors Ltd has won 14 Distinguished Achievement Awards, two North American Customer Excellence Awards and 11 President’s Awards.

 

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