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Peterson Awards 2014 Dealer of the Year Award to Barry Equipment, Co.

Tom Barry of Barry Equipment proudly accepts the Peterson 2014 Dealer of the Year award. L to R: Randy Earle, Mike Conway, Charlie Bagnall (Peterson), Tom Barry, Trish Barry, Joseph Barry, and Bryan Morris.
Tom Barry of Barry Equipment proudly accepts the Peterson 2014 Dealer of the Year award. L to R: Randy Earle, Mike Conway, Charlie Bagnall (Peterson), Tom Barry, Trish Barry, Joseph Barry, and Bryan Morris.

Peterson Pacific, has announced Barry Equipment, Co. of Webster, Massachusetts, as their 2014 Dealer of the Year. This is the third year in a row that Barry Equipment has won the award.

“Barry Equipment, Co. has achieved this award three times in a row due to their assembly of a world class sales and product support team. Their support after the sale is unsurpassed within our industry and Barry’s dedication, focus, and vision to the Peterson product line, and the markets we serve, make them a tremendous partner and raises the bar for dealer performance. Peterson is honored to have Barry Equipment, Co. as a dealer and proud to present the Dealer of the Year award again to recognize their superb performance in 2014” said Brian Gray, Eastern Sales Manager of Barry’s performance.

Charlie Bagnall, Peterson’s Northeastern sales rep echoed Gray’s comments about Barry Equipment. “Barry Equipment winning the 2014 Peterson Dealer of the Year award for the third year in a row underlines the unparalleled service they provide. The customers in the New England and New York region expect the highest standards from their Peterson dealer and Barry Equipment delivers that every time. We are proud to be their partner and look forward to many years of success in the future.”

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