CAMA Announces 2015 Vending & Office Coffee Service Award Recipients

Aug. 31, 2015

The Canadian Automatic Merchandising Association is pleased to announce the 2015 recipients of the vending and office coffee industry’s highest awards.

The Association’s Annual Awards Dinner will be held in conjunction with CAMA Expo 2015 at the Hilton Fallsview Niagara Hotel on Friday, October 16th. Industry members from across Canada and the United States will be present to recognize the recipients of the Don Storey Memorial Award, the Stuart Daw Gold Service Award and the CAMA Customer Service Award.

The Don Storey Memorial Award will be presented to David Orriss of London Vending Services Ltd., London ON. David is held in high regard by industry peers for his exceptional contributions to the vending industry. He is a long time member and past Ontario region President of CAMA.

The Stuart Daw Gold Service Award will be presented to Bob Zapotochny of Personal Service Coffee of Hamilton. Bob will be recognized for his ethics and high standard of business practices. Bob has also served on the CAMA Board of Directors.

The CAMA Customer Service Award will be presented to Albert & Sophie Eskow of Alberta Vending Services, Leduc AB. Albert & Sophie are highly regarded by their clients for their long time dedication and commitment to customer service. They are long time members of CAMA and attend the trade show annually.

Formed in 1953, the Canadian Automatic Merchandising Association (CAMA) is the only association representing the interests of vending and office coffee service operators, machine manufacturers as well as product and service suppliers and micro markets in Canada. With more than 250 members, the Association’s mission is to advance and promote the vending, office coffee service and micro market industries from coast-to-coast.

About CAMA Awards

The Stuart Daw Gold Service Award is presented to an active CAMA member who best exemplifies Stuart Daw’s fine qualities - entrepreneurial leadership, dedication and professionalism. This nominee should also possess sound work ethics upholding high industry standards and have made an exceptional contribution to the office coffee service industry.

The Don Storey Memorial Award is presented to an active member of CAMA who during their years in the vending industry have demonstrated high standards of integrity, commitment to industry image and community relations in the area in which he or she operates, or the particular activity in which he or she is involved.

The CAMA Customer Service Award
Introduced in 2011, this award recognizes the late Albert DeNovellis whose personal approach and dedication to high standards of service were admired by clients and members across Canada. This award is presented to a nominee who has, over a number of years, made an exceptional contribution to the vending and/or office coffee service industry in Canada in terms of interest, service and achievement.

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