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Total Nigeria’s “Triple-A Challenge” rewards sales excellence

by FRANK UZUEGUNAM

February 21, 2017 | 2:43 am
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Total Nigeria Plc recently held a series of events tagged “Triple-A Challenge” as part of efforts to motivate staff, reward its dealers and increase sales of its products.

 The Triple-A Challenge events were held in 3 cities covering all its sales territories; Lagos for the Western sales territory, Port Harcourt for the Eastern sales territory and Abuja for the Northern sales territory.

“The event is to celebrate our best staff and dealers. It is a recognition for staff and dealers, who every day, promote and defend the company’s brand”, said Jean Philippe Torres, Managing Director, Total Nigeria Plc, while imploring all the winners and award recipients to remain good ambassador of the company and brand.

Adewole Adesua, General Manager, Sales and Marketing, said that it is very important to appreciate partners in the business for managing Total service stations diligently and for exhibiting high commitment in order for the company to achieve its 2016 sales targets in different categories.

The award featured the presentation of plagues and consolation cash prizes and was attended by Total Nigeria Plc’s staff and dealers in their respective sales area venue.

Dealers were awarded under different challenge categories: Retail Lubricant challenge CODO; which consist of best dealer nationwide, best RSE nationwide, highest volume station Lub sales(West, North and East), and best sales area lubricant.

Other categories include, White Product Challenge, Specialties Challenge, Cashless Dealers Business challenge, Retail Development Challenge, Solar (Awango) Challenge, and General Trade Challenge.

Some of the winners include Oyekunle Ajayi (West) as best dealer – nationwide, Retail Lubricant challenge CODO; Perpetual Chukwu (East) 2nd position, Fatima Alli (North) 3rd position amongst others.

Triple-A Challenge takes place yearly with the aim of recognizing, and rewarding dealers and staffs who have done well in the sales and marketing of Total’s products in addition to encouraging others to put in more effort in meeting and surpassing their targets.

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by FRANK UZUEGUNAM

February 21, 2017 | 2:43 am
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