Hunter Engineering Wins Sears Top Vendor Award - BodyShop Business

Hunter Engineering Wins Sears Top Vendor Award

Company receives Partner in Transformation Award for fourth time.

Hunter Executive Vice President Beau Brauer (far left)  and Hunter VP Key Accounts Greg Dunkin (center) accept the 2014 Partner in Transformation Award from Sears Manager Automotive Assets George Hoffman (second from left), Sears Director of Automotive Service Bob Hatton (second from right) and Sears Senior Vice President and President of Automotive Norm Miller (far right). For the fourth time since 1988, Hunter Engineering Company has won Sears’ top vendor award.
The Partner in Transformation Award is awarded annually to Sears Holdings suppliers who provide a transformative product or service for Sears customers. Winning products or services must be notably different from other products or services in the market and create a superior customer experience.
Sears Automotive and Hunter Engineering Company collaborated to provide Sears Automotive customers with an enhanced automotive service experience through Hunter’s Quick Check vehicle inspection system. The Quick Check inspection system allows Sears Automotive to provide every customer with a complimentary vehicle inspection in minutes.
Sears Automotive and Hunter Engineering Company have worked together for nearly 30 years to provide Sears customers with automotive service. Sears Automotive operates more than 700 locations in North America.
“Hunter Engineering Company is honored to be named as a 2014 Partner in Transformation by Sears,” said Greg Dunkin, vice president of key accounts at Hunter Engineering Company. “Sears and Hunter share a passion for superior quality, and our partnership is based on maintaining exceptional customer satisfaction.”

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