UniFirst Names 2019 Aldo Croatti Award Winners
UniFirst Corporation, a provider of customized work uniform programs, corporate attire, and facility service products to businesses throughout North America, has selected seven route service representatives (RSRs) as the 2019 recipients of the prestigious Aldo Croatti Award, the most coveted of all UniFirst Corporation recognitions.
Named after UniFirst’s founder, the Aldo Croatti Award is presented to those RSRs who exemplify customer service excellence and satisfaction while retaining 100 percent of their customers for an entire fiscal year. Remarkably, combined, these seven RSRs service more than 760 UniFirst business customers on a weekly basis.
Each Aldo Croatti Award winner will receive a special rewards package that includes a cash bonus and an all-expenses-paid luxury vacation for two to The Cove at Atlantis, Bahamas, as part of UniFirst’s President’s Club reward program. In addition, they will be given a brand-new UniFirst delivery truck for use on the job to make all their customer deliveries in style, which will be embellished with a special award insignia—a mark of distinction—recognizing the RSR as a superior customer service representative.
UniFirst’s Aldo Croatti Award winners for 2019 are as follows:
- Manjot Brar, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
- Michael Burchill, Portland, Maine
- Michael Colabella, San Diego
- Kevon Dyer, Toronto
- Juan Garcia, Laredo, Texas
- Ernest Workman, Richmond, Virginia
- Dajun Godwin, Dothan, Alabama
“Customer service excellence is critical to UniFirst’s continued success and these RSRs represent ‘best-in-class’ service professionals who always put the customers first,” says Steven Sintros, UniFirst president and CEO. “Earning the Aldo Croatti Award is challenging to say the least, and I applaud these service professionals for meeting and exceeding their business goals. I’m extremely proud of their accomplishments and for continuing to set the standard for customer service excellence.”
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