Vernon-based Timberstar Tractor has received 5-Paw certification from Kioti.

Timberstar Tractor earns certification

Vernon’s Timberstar Tractor of Vernon has received 5-Paw premier certification

A North Okanagan company has garnered top-level recognition.

Vernon’s Timberstar Tractor of Vernon has received 5-Paw premier certification, one of 51 Kioti Tractor dealerships in North America to receive the annual honour.

The certification is part of the Kioti 5-Paw Dealer Excellence Program, created to honour dealerships that deliver outstanding overall performance.

“We are proud to welcome Timberstar Tractor into the Kioti 5-Paw family,” said Peter Dong Kyun Kim, president of Daedong-USA, Kioti Tractor Division.

“Their efforts to deliver exceptional customer service time and time again makes them invaluable to the Kioti brand. Dealers like Timberstar Tractor are what help set us apart from our competitors.”

Each year, Kioti dealers are evaluated against stringent qualifications in regards to service, sales, operations and parts.

Dealers who meet or exceed these qualifications are named Kioti 5-Paw dealers and earn the ability to display Kioti’s 5-Paw logo at their dealership.

The program was developed to ensure that Kioti Tractor customers receive a top quality buying experience and premier service when purchasing a Kioti tractor or UTV.

“We’re looking forward to continuing to grow our dealer network in Vernon and helping local residents find the right compact tractor, UTV or attachment for their rural lifestyle or commercial projects,” said Kim.

 

 

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