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Sears Names Dayco Products a “Partner in Progress”

Sears, Roebuck and Co. has named Dayco Products LLC a "Partner in Progress" for 2003. Dayco, a division of Mark IV, offers the Dayco branded line of belts, tensioners, pulleys and hose through traditional warehouse distributors and national retail firms. Dayco was selected by Sears for its Partner in Progress award from a group of more than 10,000 suppliers from a variety of industries.

TULSA, OK — Sears, Roebuck and Co. has named Dayco Products LLC a “Partner in Progress” for 2003. Dayco, a division of Mark IV, offers the Dayco branded line of belts, tensioners, pulleys and hose through traditional warehouse distributors and national retail firms.

Dayco was selected by Sears for its Partner in Progress award from a group of more than 10,000 suppliers from a variety of industries. The award, which was established 20 years ago, is presented annually to Sears suppliers that make significant contributions to the growth of Sears businesses and the creation of new ways to better serve Sears customers. The winners are selected from nominations submitted by Sears’ employees who purchase goods and services for the company.

Dayco’s President Dennis Welvaert and Sales Manager-National Accounts Robert Christy were presented the award on April 13 at an event hosted by Sears Chairman and CEO Alan Lacy at Sears headquarters in Hoffman Estates, Ill.

Dennis Welvaert said the award “has been earned by all employees of Dayco Products, LLC and is truly a reflection of the teamwork and total commitment to customer service that Dayco employees subscribe to.”

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