TRBA Names Stowers Associate of the Year

Stowers is noted for promptness in the delivery of equipment and services to its customers.

Fri July 10, 2015 - Southeast Edition
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Wes Stowers, president of Stowers Machinery Corporation, and his daughter Lisa Rottmann, director of industry and community affairs receive the award.
Wes Stowers, president of Stowers Machinery Corporation, and his daughter Lisa Rottmann, director of industry and community affairs receive the award.

At its annual meeting earlier this year, the Tennessee Road Builders Association announced that Stowers Machinery has been named its 2014 Associate of the Year.

“We are honored to have received this prestigious award,” said Wes Stowers, president of Stowers Machinery Corporation. “The first four elements in this list of judging criteria are key measures of performance and are critical to the success of every company. The thing that makes this award special is that our company was chosen to receive this award by Tennessee contractors and subcontractors, who are our customers.”

Criteria for the Associate of the Year Award includes:

• Customer service excellence

• Promptness in the delivery of equipment and services

• Quality of the products represented by the company

• Product knowledge demonstrated by the company

• Support of the mission of Tennessee Road Builders Association

“Everyone at Stowers Machinery contributed to earning this award,” said Stowers. “Every division, branch, department and individual. This is a great honor for our company, and all employees should be justifiably proud of the role they play in making such a difference in the eyes of our customers every single day. You are the reason for our company’s success.”




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