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Through these competitions, the “Audi Sales Professional Cup”, “Audi Sales Junior Cup” and “Audi Approved: plus Cup”, Audi has singled out the best of the best of its sales team and awarded them on basis of their sales talent. These competitions attracted about 2,846 participants after which 124 were singled out to be awarded.

According to the Head of Sales, Germany, there were about 250,000 units that were sold during the last year a target which would be impossible to reach without the dedication of the sales team. This event also marked the improved and dedication seen in junior sales people.

There were about 164 junior sales people who took part in the “Audi Sales Junior Cup”. Out of these 164 individuals there were three winners chosen on the basis of expertise and customer focus while still in training. In the “Audi approved: plus Cup” category, there were 741 sales people from 247 dealerships who took part. Based on their performances and customer satisfaction rates, there were seven teams chosen as winners. The winners were presented with awards by Audi at a ceremony held on Tenerife, last weekend.

In the image above, The best German Audi sales people in 2011: Nedzad Nurkic, Uwe Hammel, Peter Gräfensteiner, Björn Keilmann, Christoph Schirmer, Petra Scholer and Lars Albersmeyer with Thomas Felbermair, Head of Sales Germany at AUDI AG (from left).

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Award for the best Audi sales staff

Car manufacturer honors its top German sales people
Thomas Felbermair, Head of Sales Germany: “Sales success not possible without the dedication and skills of our sales people”
124 winners singled out for their sales talent and commitment

Expertise, satisfied customers, commercial success: These are all areas in which the 124 best Audi sales people in Germany excel. Last weekend, the car manufacturer presented them with awards at an event on Tenerife, in recognition of their outstanding performance in 2011.

These sales people, who demonstrated their sales talent and commitment throughout the whole year, can now count themselves among the best Audi sales people in Germany in 2011. A total of 2,846 participants entered the three competitions “Audi Sales Professional Cup”, “Audi Sales Junior Cup” and “Audi Approved: plus Cup”. “Last year we sold over 250,000 cars in Germany for the first time since 2008. This would not have been possible without the dedication and skills of our sales staff,” declared Thomas Felbermair, Head of Sales Germany, in praise of the winners.

A total of 1,941 new-car sales people and key account advisors took part in the “Audi Sales Professional Cup” in 2011. The 100 best in this category were rated in particular on the basis of their sales talent.

164 junior sales people entered the “Audi Sales Junior Cup”. The three winners were able to demonstrate considerable expertise and customer focus while still in training.

In the “Audi Approved: plus Cup” 741 used-car sales people from 247 dealerships were in contention to be the best. Thanks to slick group performances and a large number of satisfied customers, seven teams have now earned the title of winners.

The first places in the competitions went to the following:

Audi Sales Professional Cup
Audi Zentrum Essen – Mr Nedzad Nurkic (best new-car sales person)
ASW Automobile – Mr Uwe Hammel (best key-account sales person)

Audi Approved: plus Cup
Autohaus Scherer – Mrs Petra Scholer, Mr Christoph Schirmer, Mr Lars Albersmeyer

Audi Sales Junior Cup (tied for first place)
Göthling & Kaufmann Automobile – Mr Björn Keilmann
Autohaus Singer – Mr Peter Gräfensteiner