Peterbilt names Allstate Peterbilt as Dealer of the Year

Peterbilt names Allstate Peterbilt as Dealer of the Year

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Peterbilt Motors Co. named Allstate Peterbilt as its 2017 Dealer of the Year. Allstate Peterbilt operates 21 dealerships in the Great Lakes area, and also won the award in 2013.

In addition to Dealer of the Year honors, Allstate Peterbilt also takes home the Platinum Oval award, which is given to the group of elite Peterbilt dealership locations who have demonstrated outstanding performance in all aspects of the Peterbilt Standards of Excellence program;  the TRP Dealer of the Year award, which honors the top performing dealer in supporting the PACCAR Parts all-makes TRP brand; and a Peterbilt Best in Class award.

“We are very proud of this achievement,” said Don Larson, dealer principal and owner of Allstate Peterbilt. “Allstate Peterbilt has never been stronger. We pride ourselves on providing a customer experience that is second to none. I am humbled to see this dedication recognized.”

“Receiving the Peterbilt Dealer of the Year award is a true honor and a proud moment for Allstate Peterbilt. We’ve invested significantly in our facilities, training for our staff and reaching customers we haven’t before,” said Jeff Vanthournout, president of Allstate Peterbilt. “We look forward to an even stronger 2018 and are excited to defend our place as Dealer of the Year.”

In addition to Dealer of the Year, Peterbilt also recognized the top-performing dealerships with Best in Class awards. The Best in Class Awards are based on a combination of Peterbilt’s standard of excellence scores, financial performance, part and service performance and utilization of PACCAR training and programs.

Dealerships receiving Best in Class Awards include:

  • Allstate Peterbilt Group
  • Peterbilt Manitoba
  • Peterbilt Trucks Pacific
  • The Peterbilt Store
  • Dobbs Peterbilt Group
  • The Larson Group Peterbilt
  • Camions Excellence Peterbilt
  • Jackson Group Peterbilt
  • Rush Peterbilt Truck Centers
  • Calgary Peterbilt
  • Stahl Peterbilt
  • Performance Peterbilt

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