Peterbilt recognizes top dealers at 2023 dealer meeting

Peterbilt recognizes top dealers at 2023 dealer meeting

The company recognized dealers for their exceptional performance in various categories.

Peterbilt Motors Company recently held its 2023 Peterbilt Dealer Meeting in Carlsbad, California. The event was a celebration of the company’s top-performing dealers. At the meeting, Peterbilt recognized dealers for their exceptional performance in various categories, including sales, service, and customer satisfaction.

Dealers recognized for top performance in specific categories included:

  • North American Dealer Group of the Year: TLG Peterbilt
  • Sales Excellence Dealer Group of the Year: Rush Peterbilt Truck Centers
  • Medium Duty Dealer Group of the Year: Hunter Peterbilt
  • Red Oval Dealer Group of the Year: TLG Peterbilt
  • MX Engine Dealer Group of the Year: The Peterbilt Store
  • Parts Dealer Group of the Year: Peterbilt of Atlanta
  • Service Dealer Group of the Year: Allstate Peterbilt Group
  • TRP Dealer Group of the Year: JX Truck Center – Peterbilt
  • eCommerce Dealer of the Year: TLG Peterbilt

Peterbilt also presented the Best-in-Class Dealer Group of the Year awards, which are based on a combination of Peterbilt’s “Standard of Excellence” scores, financial performance, parts and service performance, and utilization of PACCAR training and programs.

Dealerships receiving 2022 Best-in-Class Dealer Group Awards included:

  • Allstate Peterbilt Group
  • Dobbs Peterbilt
  • Hunter Peterbilt
  • Jackson Group Peterbilt
  • JX Truck Center – Peterbilt
  • Performance Peterbilt
  • Peterbilt of Atlanta
  • Rush Peterbilt Truck Centers
  • The Peterbilt Store
  • TLG Peterbilt

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