Acme Brick ???President???s Club Ring of Honor??? Awards

Words: Dan Kamys

Acme Brick ‘President’s Club Ring of Honor’ Awards

Since 1984, Acme Brick Co. and its affiliated companies have honored individuals who achieved or exceeded their annual sales goals. Some 668 recipients have been honored in the last 24 years. For 2009, 10 individuals (nine from Acme Brick and one from American Tile Supply) qualified for this special honor.

The recipients were: Brent Keesee, Aaron Keng, David Sterne, William James, Brad Montgomery, Eddie Seiling, Gary Pearce, Larry Chennault, Brad Burkes and Scott Rowe (American Tile Supply).

Brad Montgomery was a first-time recipient. Brad Burkes marks his 17th time to win this honor, and for Larry Chennault, it was his 18th time to be so honored.

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