Elias Wilf receives Mannington’s John B. Campbell Award

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Salem, N.J.–At its annual sales meeting recently, Mannington Mills presented Elias Wilf with the John B. Campbell Award. This award recognizes the outstanding performance of a Mannington distributor partner who is aligned with Mannington in strategy, business goals, values and culture.

“Elias Wilf has won this prestigious award three times, which is a testament to the outstanding work of the entire Wilf team, led by Jeff Striegel (president of Elias Wilf),” said Zack Zehner, senior vice president of distribution network at Mannington. “It truly is a team effort, and we work closely throughout the year to make sure we are all moving in the same direction. The relationship is based on mutual respect and trust, and a passion for being the best in the business.”

Mannington and Elias Wilf have more in common than that mutual respect, however. Both companies celebrated their 100th anniversary in 2016, which further underlined the synergies between them. “Elias Wilf is honored to receive such a prestigious award, and we extend our sincere appreciation to our many customers that made it possible,” Striegel said. “Elias Wilf is very fortunate to have a shared vision of commitment to the independent flooring dealer with a company such as Mannington.”

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