Day’s Powersports was recently awarded the 2020 International Dealer of the Year award from the International Snowmobile Hall of Fame. The award presentation took place Saturday, Sept. 26 in Eagle River, Wis. The award is sponsored by Snowgoer Magazine.
Here are the details on the ISHOF 2020 International Dealer of the Year award winner, Day’s Powersports, as announced in a June 22 press release and reported at Snowgoer.com.
“For a younger dealership, just 11 years old, Day’s Powersports has built a very distinguished reputation. A family owned business that believes in treating customers the way they like to be treated—like friends. The staff is top notch, very knowledgeable and treats every customer like an old friend. Business owner Jamison Day, has been with the Bloomer Sno-Hawks Snowmobile Club for over two decades and has always been active in supporting and growing the sport of snowmobiling in Chippewa County.
“Since starting the dealership, they have been avid advertisers on local snowmobile maps and sponsor signage on all the snow drags in Chippewa County. They provide a snowmobile for classroom studies during DNR Snowmobile Safety Courses. They open their shop space for club members to work on trail signs. Their shop and mechanics are readily available to help with repairs to groomers when needed and they provide storage for the grooming equipment.
“Because of their knowledge of Wisconsin’s snowmobile program and their passion for snowmobiling, Day’s Powersports is an excellent choice for the 2020 International Snowmobile Dealer of the Year,” said the press release.
Day’s Powersports also won the Association of Wisconsin Snowmobile Clubs Dealer Of The Year award and a National Dealer of the Year award. The National Dealer of the Year award ceremony has been postponed until 2021.