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CAMA names award recipients

August 19, 2015
By Canadian Vending


Mississauga, Ont. – The Canadian Automatic Merchandising Association has announced the 2015 recipients of the vending and office coffee industry’s highest awards.

The Don Storey Memorial Award will be presented to David Orriss of London Vending Services Ltd., in London Ont. Orriss is held in high regard by industry peers for his exceptional contributions to the vending industry, CAMA said in a news release. He is a longtime member and past Ontario region president of CAMA.

The Stuart Daw Gold Service Award will be presented to Bob Zapotochny of Personal Service Coffee of Hamilton, Ont. Zapotochny will be recognized for his ethics and high standard of business practices, CAMA said. He has also served on the CAMA board of directors.

The CAMA Customer Service Award will be presented to Albert and Sophie Eskow of Alberta Vending Services, in Leduc, Alta. The Eskows are highly regarded by their clients for their longtime dedication and commitment to customer service. They are longtime members of CAMA and attend the trade show annually.


The association’s annual awards dinner will be held in conjunction with CAMA Expo 2015 at the Hilton Fallsview Niagara Hotel on Friday, Oct. 16. Industry members from across Canada and the United States will be present to recognize the recipients of the Don Storey Memorial Award the Stuart Daw Gold Service Award and the CAMA Customer Service Award.