Solar Gard Names its Panorama Dealer Standouts

March 9th, 2016 by Casey Flores

Film manufacturer Solar Gard had its tenth annual Panorama dealer meeting last week, during which the company announced its top dealers.

Attendees of the Panorama dealer meeting line up for a group picture.

Attendees of the Panorama dealer meeting in San Diego, Calif., line up for a group picture.

The event had nearly 200 attendees from the U.S. and Canada and its theme was “Success In View.”

“In today’s increasingly competitive marketplace, it’s critical that we educate and equip our Panorama Elite Dealers with the product technology, sales training and tools to assume a leadership role in the industry, says Gary Clark, the company’s new architectural business segment manager. He announced structural changes that he claims will boost the Panorama network and a new product, both of which he projects will lead to success in 2016.

The winners at this year's meeting.

The winners pose with their sales reps at this year’s meeting.

The awards recipients are as follows:

  • Panorama Dealer of the Year: David G. Capps, AAA Glass Tint, Inc., Crystal Lake, Ill.;
  • Outstanding Panorama Business Growth: Chad Weston, Glass Plus, Redwood City, Calif.;
  • Outstanding Architectural Business Growth: Jared Gray, Pacific Window Tinting, Inc., Portland, Ore.;
  • Outstanding New Panorama Dealer: Matthew Darienzo, Solar Art, Irvine, Calif.;
  • Panorama Regional Excellence: Dave Karap, Camellia City Sun Control, Sacramento, Calif.;
  • Panorama Regional Excellence: Tim and Sarah Johnson, Solas Window Tint, Gambrills, Md.;
  • PremierPlus Top Performer: John R. Hembel, Clear-Vu Window Tinting, Basalt, Colo.;
  • Hilite Top Performer: Steve Clark, Window Innovations, Inc., Brentwood, Calif.; and
  • Ecolux Top Performer: Doug G. Templer, Sun Scape Window Tint, Medford, Ore.

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