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Summit receives top recognition from Garmin
Summit Aviation views the products of Garmin as key tools to improve flight safety. Garmin has repaid the faith shown in it by Summit with a Bronze Award, which is presented to less than a third of Garmin's global dealers.
Summit's sales performance, technical expertise and customer service have won praise.

Summit Aviation, a Greenwich AeroGroup company located in Middletown, Delaware, has received the Garmin Bronze Dealer Award for 2019, which recognises the top aviation dealers in the Garmin network.

“We are honoured to be among the dealers who received this prestigious award for 2019,” says Frank Reuter, Summit Aviation director of maintenance. “We strive to serve our customers in the best way possible every day, and we encourage the utilisation of Garmin technology to improve their flight safety.”

“The Bronze Dealer Award represents a level of sales performance, technical expertise and customer service that distinguishes your business among other Garmin Aviation dealers,” adds Jim Alpiser, Garmin director of aviation aftermarket sales, in an award notification letter to Summit Aviation.

The award is presented to less than one third of Garmin's avionics distributors worldwide.

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