How to Become an Authorized Fisher Snow Plow Distributor

by Claire Joy; Updated September 26, 2017
Freshly plowed Maine road.

Fisher Engineering offers opportunities to business owners to sell its brand of snow plows. If you are interested in becoming an authorized distributor of Fisher snow and ice removal equipment, submit your inquiry for the sales department to review. Once Fisher looks over your prospect form, it will be able to determine if your business qualifies. Providing there are no conflicts of interest, you should be on your way to becoming an authorized Fisher snow plow distributor.

Step 1

Go to the Fisher Engineering website (see Resources) for information on becoming an Authorized Fisher Snow Plow Distributor. Click on "Company," then "Contact us," then "Prospect Form."

Step 2

Print and complete the "Prospective Customer Profile" form. Fill in your company name, address, phone number, email address and contact name. Include a link to your website.

Step 3

List your total number of employees, including how many field sales representatives and installers you employ. List how many plows and spreaders you sold last year and which brands of snow and ice equipment you currently have in stock.

Step 4

Address a stamped envelope and mark it, "Attention Sales Department." Enclose your completed form, along with a business card and photos of your business. Mail to the address listed on your form.

Resources

About the Author

Claire Joy began writing professionally in 1999. She has written scripts and advertising for building and home improvements, and she has penned hundreds of letters to Congress for a grassroots outreach effort. Her work also appears on eHow. Joy helps with a family contracting business, and she holds an associate degree in marketing and management from Kennebec Valley Technical College.

Photo Credits