The United Servicers Association’s Most Professional Servicer Contest has continued to grow in popularity every year since its creation by former UASA Executive Director Paul MacDonald. The response has now increased to thousands and boasts a reach to appliance industry professionals, vendors, and servicers all over North America.
Top service companies are selected from their entries based on marketing and professional appearance, proving first impressions are so important to presenting a polished appearance in the community, capturing new customers, and attracting the attention of service providers and potential employees.
The Most Professional Servicer Contest highlight’s the professionalism, hard work, and resources appliance service company owners invest in their businesses.
2018 Most Professional Servicer Contest Recap
There was much a buzz at the St. Pete’s 2018 ASTI from many conventioneers… proving that this contest has become a very big deal. The winning companies for 2018 were chosen as the very best by a panel of appliance service industry judges; all powerhouses in our industry.
The top entries were displayed at the 2018 ASTI trade show and finalized by a vote from their peers. The prizes awarded included free full admission to future ASTI’s, UASA memberships, Check my Badge packages, United Servicers MPS Contest winner badging, photo opportunities, press release to use in future marketing, and more. Winners are also given bragging rights, and deservedly so.
The winners in their category from the 2018 ASTI are as follows:
1st place – WSH Appliance Service, Haverhill, MA
2nd place – Mr. Appliance of Leesburg/Martinsburg, VA
1st place – Cody’s Appliance, Eagle, ID
2nd place – Omega Force Services, Rogers, MN
1st place – Nebraska Home Appliance, Omaha, NE
Congratulations again and very well done! A big thank you to all those who entered.
2019 Contest Boasts New Opportunities for Servicers
A new panel of judges is assembled each year and numerous entry scores are always very close. United Servicers encourages service companies to enter the contest yearly for their chance to take home the prize!
Much of the credit for the growth of the contest belongs to Christina Kraker of ServicersWeb thanks to her exceptional marketing concepts. Christina has been working on UASA’s website and built a previous winners page, as well as a new entry page for contestants. The new application includes a tutorial to enter next year’s contest, and tips to help entrants increase chances of winning.
The contest was sponsored by Plus One Solutions/Check My Badge, who have agreed to sponsor again in 2019. Plus One has been a longtime supporter of The United Servicers Association and has helped improve the appliance industry. Craig Reilly, from Plus One, has committed to help make 2019’s contest even bigger than ever. Many thanks to Craig for his support.
The United Servicers Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to educating and improving the professionalism of the appliance service industry. As a non-profit, we ask for and encourage support from vendors and manufacturers as it is needed and welcomed for sponsorship and accolades. (Please send inquiries to the United Servicers Association’s Executive Director, Sarah Brown, at email@example.com).
Next year’s contest is already open and applicants will find entering this year’s contest is easier than ever. Servicers only need to submit their name and website address to get started. Enter your company today at the United Servicers Association website.
Prizes for next year will include free full admission to future ASTI’s, UASA memberships, Check My Badge packages, United Servicers MPS Contest winner badging, photo opportunities, press release to use in future marketing, as well as additional new and exciting prizes to be announced very soon.
We are looking forward to the Most Professional Servicer Contest and the 2019 ASTI at the Gaylord Opryland Hotel in Nashville, TN. March 3-9, 2019. See ya’ll there!
David Smith, Dave Smith Appliance Services LLC Toledo, OH
United Servicers Association Board Director, Most Professional Servicer Contest Committee Chairman