Congratulations to Paul Ondrusek, the 2021 VGM & Associates' Sales Associate of the Year

Published in Member Communities on November 19, 2021

Paul OndrusekVGM & Associates is excited to announce that the 2021 Sales Associate of the Year has been awarded to Paul Ondrusek. Paul is the Regional Account Manager for Washington, Oregon, Idaho, California, Nevada, Utah, and Arizona.

Each year, The VGM Sales Associate of the Year is awarded to the person on the member success team who has seen new and existing membership and vendor growth in their territory, strong member retention and has received positive feedback from members in their territory.

“Paul has consistently increased his goals for 2021,” said Dave Lyman, SVP of Sales and Member Success for VGM & Associates. “He has had very consistent member engagement and consistently brings new ideas to the group. We are so proud to have Paul on the Associates' sales team.”

As a seasoned veteran of the industry and an employee-owner of VGM since 2016, Paul’s dedication to the industry is evident.

“I have always felt blessed to work with such an amazing team here at VGM,” said Paul Ondrusek. “VGM has the resources that can help any variety of DME, from respiratory to rehab and everything in between, be more successful. I have been lucky to work with such a wonderful teammate in covering the west in Shelby Graveman, as well as the leadership from Dave [Lyman] and the rest of the leadership team. Thank you all, and thank you to my wife who always supports me and all I do.”

Past winners of the VGM Sales Associate of the Year award are Dan Casper in 2020, Jane Gordon in 2019, and Jay Kopriva in 2018.


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