“The store manager is essential to success of the supermarket and an integral part of the community it serves,” said Leslie G. Sarasin, FMI president and CEO. “We are proud to recognize store managers by acknowledging their leadership, customer service and community commitment with the FMI Store Manager Awards.”
Store managers or their associates are invited to send in stories that demonstrate how a manager created positive growth and customer satisfaction during the past 12-18 months. Entries will be judged on the manager’s ability to improve customer service and community relations, lead or mentor the store associate team, execute and achieve goals with the team, generate sales growth and positively impact the overall business of the store.
Three grand prize winners will be awarded a $1,000 cash prize. Nine finalists, including the three grand prize winners, will receive two tickets to Future Connect and three nights of hotel accommodations in Dallas.
Only store managers from FMI member companies who have been at the same place of business for at least one year are eligible.
Entries will be divided into three categories based on company size. Category A includes small retailers with 1-49 stores, Category B includes medium retailers with 50-199 stores and Category C includes large retailers with 200 or more stores. Judges will select three finalists and one grand prize winner from each category.
Last year’s winners include:
Food Marketing Institute proudly advocates on behalf of the food retail industry. FMI’s U.S. members operate nearly 40,000 retail food stores and 25,000 pharmacies, representing a combined annual sales volume of almost $770 billion. Through programs in public affairs, food safety, research, education and industry relations, FMI offers resources and provides valuable benefits to more than 1,225 food retail and wholesale member companies in the United States and around the world. FMI membership covers the spectrum of diverse venues where food is sold, including single owner grocery stores, large multi-store supermarket chains and mixed retail stores. For more information, visit www.fmi.org and for information regarding the FMI foundation, visit www.fmifoundation.org.
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