Deanna Sansbury wins “Top Gun” award from Beneteau

| November 8, 2017
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Deanna Sansbury of Annapolis Yacht Sales was awarded Beneteau Top Gun for 2017 for the most sales in North and South America.This is an astounding accomplishment for Deanna since her start with Annapolis Yacht Sales in 2016.  Along with this prestigious title she received an all-expenses paid retreat from Beneteau America. Deanna accepted the award at the US Sailboat Show next to Annapolis Yacht Sales President Tim Wilbricht and Beneteau Sailboat Sales Manager Chris Doscher.

 

“I knew from the moment I first met Deanna that she would be a tremendously successful yacht broker.  She has a background in marketing at Under Armor, a passion for boats, experience as a live-aboard cruiser, and a very warm and friendly attitude, which is just for starters.  I had no doubt she would shine quickly, though to achieve the status as the top selling broker for the top selling brand of sailboats in her first full year as a broker, I believe that may make her the first rookie to ever do that in Top Gun History…that is the true sign of her potential.  We have 4 brokers here at AYS that have achieved the title as “the Beneteau Top Gun,” and Deanna has quickly demonstrated that she belongs at AYS.  I am so glad and proud to have her on our team.” (Tim Wilbricht)

Originally opening its doors in 1953, Annapolis Yacht Sales is the leading new and brokerage boat dealer in the Mid-Atlantic. Owned by Tim Wilbricht, Chris Humphreys and Rob Taishoff, their mission is to build long lasting relationships with their partners and employees while serving the recreational and travel community. Annapolis Yacht Sales values honesty, integrity and servicing the community surrounding each of their four locations.

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