Randy Guidinger Is Fountain Tire MVP
Fountain Tire Ltd. named Randy Guidinger the company's Most Valuable Player at the 2022 annual owners' convention. He was selected from the 165 owners of Fountain Tire locations.
Guidinger is the retired owner of the Fountain Tire store in Leduc, Alberta, Canada. He was recognized for 35 years of service in Leduc. In 2021, sales at his store increased 28%. The store also received a Fountain Tire benchmark award for surpassing its financial targets.
Guidinger has also mentored four other people, leading them to owning their own Fountain Tire store.
“Randy exemplifies the word ‘unselfish,’” says Dave Deley, senior vice president of stores at Fountain Tire. “He lives Fountain Tire’s core purpose of helping people get there safely, sustainably and successfully. He has proven that mentorship, partnership and exceptional customer service are a recipe for business success.”
In addition to leadership in business, the Most Valuable Player award recognizes community leadership. Fountain Tire Leduc has a long history of supporting local initiatives, including Rotary Club of Nisku-Leduc’s community enhancement programs, the Leduc Rodeo, the local 4-H club, the Leduc Riggers hockey team and the Leduc Curling Club.
Also recognized with awards were: Cameron Lawson at Delta Truck Centre, British Columbia, Most Improved Mixed; Chris Dirkson of Langley, British Columbia , Most Improved Retail; and, Nathan Oakley of High River, Alberta, Rookie of the Year.