Olsztynski, Jim
June 2008
Supply House Times;Jun2008, Vol. 51 Issue 4, p38
Trade Publication
The article presents recognition for the agency Hugh M. Cunningham (HMC) Inc. as manufacturer's representative of the year. It mentions the people that HMC employs in different departments and their significant contributions in the agency. An overview of the company's history including the expansion of its sales exertion into municipal waterworks market is also presented. INSETS: TIME TO GET OUT OF THE WAREHOUSE BUSINESS;COMPANY HISTORY HIGHLIGHTS.


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