Circuit City Honors "Best in Class" Vendors
Feb 21, 2006
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Circuit City Stores, Inc. honored vendors who put customers first while demonstrating "best in class" performance with the third annual Circuit City Vendor Recognition Awards.

The awards are split into two categories: merchandising vendor excellence and supply chain excellence. The 13 vendors chosen for the 2005 Merchandising Vendor Excellence Award have shown a commitment to Circuit City and its customers by focusing on the growth of the business relationship, supply chain performance, product profitability and year-over-year impact on Circuit City's revenue.

The 15 vendors honored with the 2005 Supply Chain Excellence Award have maintained consistent delivery performance in a flexible consumer environment, allowing for a reduction in cost of the supply chain while ensuring products are delivered as scheduled.

"We are pleased to honor these vendors for their dedication to Circuit City and its customers," said Doug Moore, senior vice president and chief merchandising officer for Circuit City. "Through them, Circuit City is able to meet the needs of its customers with the latest technologies that are in stock and competitively priced."

The 2005 Merchandising Vendor Excellence Awards Winners include Apple Computer, Inc., Bose Corporation, Canon USA, Inc., Hewlett-Packard US Operations, Microsoft Corporation, Pioneer Electronics, Inc., Samsung Electronics, Sharp Electronics, Sirius Satellite Radio, Toshiba America, Inc., Universal Music and Video Distribution, Warner Brothers Home Entertainment Group, XM Satellite Radio.

The 2005 Supply Chain Excellence Awards Winners include Altec Lansing Technologies, Inc., Bazooka/Southern Audio Services, Inc., Belkin Logistics, Inc., Beltronics, Bose Corporation, Cobra Electronics, Cyber Acoustics, Metra Electronics, Motion Systems, Polk Audio, Inc., Pro Brand International, Samsung Electronics America, Stillwater Designs, Inc., Targus, Tech Craft Marketing.

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