Screenmobile in Scottsdale owner recognized with sales award

Marty Murphy, owner of Screenmobile in Scottsdale, earned the Second in Sales Award at the brand’s annual convention in New Orleans. (Submitted photo)

Marty Murphy, owner of Screenmobile in Scottsdale, was recently recognized with the “Second in Sales Award,” given to the Screenmobile business that earns the top sales in the southwest during 2018’s fiscal year at the brand’s annual convention in New Orleans.

During the convention, Screenmobile CEO/President and Co-Founder Scott Walker recognized top performing franchise partners for their work, according to a press release. Mr. Murphy, who opened the Scottsdale Screenmobile in 1988, received the recognition.

“These awards speak to Marty’s unwavering commitment to providing top-notch customer service and expertise,”

Mr. Walker said in a prepared statement. “Their team achievements are a direct result of his partnerships and bonds with their customers.”

Based in Scottsdale, Screenmobile’s success is rooted in its commitment to customer service, the compnay claims in a release.

In a visit, the Screenmobile representative arrives in uniform, then measures, manufactures, installs and tests the screens on site. Afterwards, Screenmobile follows up with proactive communication.

From its inception in 1980, Screenmobile has experienced steady growth year after year. There are more than 100 licenses across 26 states, with 10-15 additional licenses in development throughout the country.

The Walker family had a vision of starting a brand that capitalized on the opportunity to become the first mobile screening company.

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