Proforma's Million Dollar Club Grows to a Record 171 Members
CLEVELAND — April 20, 2017 — Proforma is proud to announce a record 171 Owners achieved million or multi-million dollar success in 2016, as 34 new members were recently inducted into its prestigious Million Dollar Club. This group of distributors, with cumulative sales exceeding a quarter of a billion dollars, celebrated their 2016 success over three days at the luxurious Ritz-Carlton Dove Mountain Resort in Tucson, Ariz.
“One of the greatest honors for us at Proforma is celebrating the accomplishments of our Million and Multi-Million Dollar Club Owners and Sales Reps,” said Greg Muzzillo, Founder of Proforma. “Listening to each member talk about their unique journey to achieving a million dollars or more in sales is inspiring. Whether they are selling comprehensive programs such as eCommerce or providing marketing solutions in niche markets, each of these Owners have engaged in Proforma’s proven systems and resources to propel their businesses to new levels of success.”
During the event, Proforma welcomed 18 first-time Million Dollar Club members, 12 members advanced to the Multi-Million Dollar Club and four first-time members went directly into Multi-Million Dollar Club. Owners who achieved million and multi-million sales months in 2016 were also recognized. Kristen Scotto, Owner of Proforma Scotto Promotions in West Palm Beach, Florida and first-time Multi-Million Dollar Club member, and Barb Sovereign and Mike Sovereign, Co-Owners of Proforma Canada in Mississauga, Ontario, and 5 Million Dollar Club members, achieved a $1 million sales month in 2016.
Bill Hageman, Jim Shindler and Jeff Skinner, Co-Owners of Proforma Graphic Services in Columbus, Ohio and 10 Million Dollar Club members, achieved three $1 million months in 2016. Pat Lenehan, Owner of Proforma ASAP in Westlake, Ohio and 10 Million Dollar Club member, received awards for achieving four $1 million months, four $2 million months and one $3 million month.
Fred and Suzette Albrecht, Co-Owners of Proforma Albrecht & Co. in Milford, Ohio and 25 Million Dollar Club members, were recognized for attaining two $1 million months, six $2 million months, three $3 million months and for achieving the first ever $4 million sales month by an individual business in Proforma history.
“The energy and excitement surrounding this group of extremely knowledgeable and driven distributors at Proforma’s Million Dollar Club celebration is incredible,” said Melinda Durkee, Co-Owner of Proforma Durkee in Charlotte, North Carolina and first-time Multi-Million Dollar Club member. “We first joined the Million Dollar Club in 2012 and we are thrilled to now be a part of the Multi-Million Dollar Club. With nearly 200% sales growth over the past three years, Proforma has given us the business development resources to experience exponential growth.”
Proforma’s Million and Multi-Million Dollar Club members’ sales range from $2 million to more than $35 million. In 2017, 53 of Proforma’s Million Dollar Club members have met the sales growth qualifications for the Inc. 5000 list of Fastest Growing Private Companies in America.
“With Proforma, I’ve nearly tripled my business over the past three years, driving my sales beyond a million dollars,” said Chas Shramek, Owner of Proforma Connected in Avon, OH and first-time Million Dollar Club member. “Proforma’s supplier partnerships and buying power has put me in the position to acquire enterprise level accounts, which have proven to be highly profitable. This event is the perfect celebration of achieving this monumental milestone in my business.”
Every year, Owners achieving at least $1 million in sales are invited on a three-day getaway to a world class resort to enjoy networking with supplier partners and celebrating each other’s accomplishments. The next Million Dollar Club trip will be held at the 5-star Fairmont Mayakoba resort in Riviera Maya, Mexico, on March 15-18, 2018.
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