The Used Truck Assn. recently named Richard “Dick” Vulgamore Jr. of Leesburg, Fla., its Marvin F. Gordon Lifetime Achievement Award recipient at its 5th Annual Convention in Scottsdale, Ariz.

The award recognizes sustained contributions and leadership in the used truck industry and community is the highest honor bestowed by the UTA. The award commemorates Marvin F. Gordon’s lifetime of achievement in the used truck industry. Steve “Bear” Nadolson, the 2003 recipient, presented the award to Vulgamore at the annual convention awards banquet.
Vulgamore is the Southeast-Southwest sales manager for Paccar Financial, a division of Paccar Inc., a position he has held since 2002.
Vulgamore has 31 years in the trucking industry. He has been nationally recognized for his ability to market used trucks and for his used truck valuation expertise. Over the years, he has been called upon to assist in bankruptcy and court proceedings involving used trucks. Vulgamore has represented Paccar Financial in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Australia and Europe for truck remarketing, valuation and market guidance.
Vulgamore was select from a group of three finalists by a panel of experts at Johnson County Community College, Overland Park, Kan.
Other nominees were: Ronnie Jordan founder of Jordan Truck Sales in Carrollton, Ga.; and George Stanton of ATD/NADA Truck Guide and retired from The Truck Blue Book, Brevard, N.C.
For more information, visit www.uta.org.
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