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A Minnesota Twins baseball game was part of the festivities at the Summer Sales Event.

The Outdoor GreatRoom Company
Hosts Summer Sales Event

Tuesday, August 25, 2015

The Outdoor GreatRoom Company (OGC) hosted its second-annual Summer Sales Meeting August 12-13 at its corporate offices in Eagan, Minnesota. The event included staff, sales representatives, and a number of customers from across the U.S. and Canada for a two-day event. This educational event – “Why OGC?” – featured showroom, factory and engineering tours, hands on product training, and round-table discussions.

Evening festivities included a Minnesota Twins baseball game and a dinner cruise on the scenic St. Croix River. Tim Mee, California Sales representative, said, “The mixture of business and pleasure really showed why OGC is a great company to work for and with.” This event brought the company closer to its customers and provided a lot of feedback into how OGC can help its customers and sales representatives succeed in the market.

Steve Shimek, vice president of Sales, said, “It was an excellent opportunity to meet with our customers and sales representatives and give them company history, future goals as well as information on our existing and future new products. The meeting was a great success, and one of the best comments after the meeting was: ‘It’s great to be able to do business, share product and marketing ideas, and still have fun!’”

OGC is looking forward to growing this event in the future.

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