Johnny Vac is proud to receive the ESTim 2022 award in its category

MONTREAL, May 6, 2022 - Johnny Vac, a leader in the sales and distribution of residential and commercial vacuum cleaners and sanitary products, is proud to have received the winning prize in its category in the ESTim contest, organized by the Chamber of Commerce of Eastern Montreal.

At the ESTim Gala on May 5, 2022, Johnny Vac received the winning award in the Service and Distribution Company category, presented by RBC Bank.

The objective of this contest, presented by the Chamber of Commerce of Eastern Montreal, is to publicly recognize businesses and organizations that have distinguished themselves through their leadership, determination and success. It also aims to celebrate pride and a sense of belonging to the territory.

"Words fail me to express how happy and proud I am of us for winning this award. This trophy belongs to each and every one of our employees. Johnny Vac would not be winning this award today if it were not for their determination and dedication to the company. For that, I am eternally grateful."                                                                                          
                                                                                           - Alexandre Beaulac, President and CEO of Johnny Vac

Johnny Vac would like to congratulate all the finalists of the evening, especially Consoltec and Ilot 307, finalists in the Service and Distribution Companies category. 

About Johnny Vac 

Founded in Quebec in 1982, Johnny Vac has become over the years a leader in the distribution of residential and commercial vacuum cleaners and sanitary products for businesses. Present across the country, Johnny Vac serves more than 1200 retail stores across Canada. The company's mission is to provide the best cleaning products to our customers at the best price.

About CCEM

The mission of the Chambre de commerce de l'Est de Montréal (CCEM) is to defend and promote the socio-economic interests of its 1,250 members and the 32,000 businesses located east of St-Laurent Boulevard. Covering a territory with 850,000 inhabitants and 400,000 jobs, the Chamber represents a diversified economic environment with important growth opportunities.