Versatex Honors Award Winners

Versatex Building Products honored Atlantic Forest Products, Baltimore, Md., as Distributor of the Year during its recent 17th annual Versatexcellence awards presentation.

Other winners included Fabricator of the Year Clingerman Doors, Clearville, Pa.; National Stocking Dealer of the Year Special Wood of Wilmington, Castle Hayne, N.C.; and Regional Stocking Dealers of the Year Special Wood of Wilmington; 84 Lumber, Cape May, N.J.; Chatham Kent Metal Sales, Chatham, Ont.; D. Baker & Son Lumber Co., Grand Haven, Mi.; High Brothers Lumber Co., Camdenton, Mo.; Island Lumber & Hardware, Holmes Beach, Fl.; Paneling Sales, Gordonville, Pa.; T.W. Perry, Gaithersburg, Md.; and Williams Lumber & Home Centers, Rhinebeck, N.Y.

Individual winners were Distributor Sales Rep of the Year Mark Kelly, U.S. Lumber, Claysburg, Pa., and Versatex team members Matt Cullen (Regional/Territory Sales Manager of the Year), Ricardo Torres (Area Sales Manager of the Year), and Tyler Freeman and Jeff Pokryska (Market Development Specialists of the Year).

Versatex sales VP Rick Kapres, who hosted the Dec. 17 virtual event, praised those honored for their “contributions to phenomenal industry growth during a challenging period in the history we all share.”

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