Glass Doctor Announces Top Performers at Annual Conference

Glass Doctor, a Neighborly company and global franchise organization, recently held its annual conference in San Antonio alongside Neighborly’s 12 other U.S. service brands, where franchisees and the home office leadership team nominated and awarded their top performers for significant accomplishments and contributions throughout the year.

“Without the dedication and passion of our franchise owners and employees, we wouldn’t stand where we do today, and because of that, it’s important to recognize the hard work that these incredible operators apply to their businesses each and every day,” said Brad Roberson, Glass Doctor president.

Top award winners included:

Franchisee of the Year, Ed Sieber, owner of Glass Doctor of Charlotte: This award is the highest honor that can be bestowed upon a franchisee, according to the company. The award is presented by each brand to the franchisee who has consistently grown through proper training and management of their organization and has had a consistently high level of sales through quality, professional service.

Excellence in Leadership, Kevin Tennant, owner of Glass Doctor of Fairbanks: This award is presented by each brand to the franchise owner who consistently sets an example for others within the system by conveying vision, participation and positive contribution to the network.

Service Professional of the Year, Zachary Hargrave, owner of Glass Doctor of Moore & Montgomery Counties: This award is presented by each brand to the service professional who is nominated, in writing, by their franchise owner and selected by the home office staff based on their performance during the award year. The service professional must have a history of consistent high sales and add-on percent. They also must demonstrate a high degree of technical expertise and customer satisfaction.

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