Mon, Jun 07, 2010
Honors Include the 2009 Service Center Of The Year Gold
Eagle Creek Aviation Services, a provider of Twin Commander
aircraft sales, service and refurbishments announced that it has
received the Gold Award for 2009 Service Center of the Year. The
award represents one of the highest levels of recognition at the
recent Twin Commander Service Center Symposium. The Symposium was
held in Oklahoma City with the Service Center of the Year Award
being presented during the dinner session Monday, May 17.
Three members of the Eagle Creek staff also received awards:
- Dan Smock was given the Grand Renaissance Award for exceeding
customer expectations and serving the Twin Commander fleet with
integrity and zeal.
- Mike Grabbe received the Outstanding Technical Support Award
for outstanding support and leadership of the Twin Commander
- Penny Lowe earned the Parts Support Award for outstanding
support and leadership of the Twin Commander aircraft fleet.
I'm incredibly proud of our whole team," said Eagle Creek CEO
Matt Hagans, "and especially of Dan, Mike and Penny. It's
gratifying to see their hard work recognized by the Twin Commander
Mr. Hagans also served as a presenter and panelist at the
Symposium on two topics, "The State of the Twin Commander Fleet"
and "The Twin Commander Grand Renaissance program."
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