Awards

Woodburn Company Supplier of the Year 2015
Northwest Minority Supplier Development Council

Frank and Penny Fukui accept the the Northwest Mountain Minority Supplier Development Council Supplier of the Year Award 2015. Woodburn Company was nominated by the State Department of Enterprise Services, Nordstrom and the University of Washington. 

Domo Arigato Community Award 2014

The "Domo Arigato Community Award" 2014 is presented to Frank and Penny Fukui, Woodburn Company, for their many contributions to Nikkei Concerns over the past 10 years. Center: Julie Ann Oiye, Nikkei Concerns board president.


(Left to Right) Penny Fukui, Julie Ann Oiye, Nikkei Concerns Board President, Frank Fukui

Ricoh National Sales Award 2013

Kevin Nealon (left), comedian/actor of Saturday Night Live, and Martin Brodigan (right) Chairman and CEO Ricoh Corporation presented Frank and Penny Fukui of Woodburn Company two sales awards at the Ricoh National Awards Banquet held in Las Vegas, Nevada. In addition, the Fukui's received an all-inclusive trip to Florence, Italy from Ricoh Corporation

Ricoh Corporation National Major Markets Sales Performance Award 2011
Orlando, Florida

Jeff Hickling, President & CEO Ricoh Corporation, Frank Fukui, President Woodburn Company, Kiyo Shimizu, Vice President Dealer Division Ricoh Corporation

Woodburn Company Supplier of the Year 2011
Northwest Minority Supplier Development Council

Curt Kolor, Penny and Frank Fukui accept the Supplier of the Year Award given by the Northwest Minority Supplier Development Council (Northwest MSDC). Woodburn Company was nominated by Puget Sound Energy for this award.

Woodburn Company Wins Ricoh Outstanding Sales Performance Award 2010

(Left to Right) Leo Komonchak-Ricoh District Sales Manager, Penny and Frank Fukui-Woodburn Company, John Stewart-Ricoh Regional Vice President

Business of Tomorrow Award 2007
University of Washington (UW) Business and Economic Development Center

The University of Washington Business of the Year Awards Program recognizes outstanding achievements by people of color in building and sustaining businesses in Washington State.

(Left to Right) Frank Fukui, President-Woodburn Company, Penny Fukui, Vice President-Woodburn Company, Jim Jiambalvo, Dean-University of Washington Foster School of Business

Supplier of the Year 2006 & 2005
Northwest MSDC

Woodburn Company wins "back to back" Supplier of the Year Award. Woodburn Company was nominated in 2005 and 2006 by Nordstrom for this award.

2006 Northwest MSDC Awards Gala.
(Left to Right) Christine Young Nordstrom Supplier Diversity Manager, Curt Kolar Woodburn Co. VP of Operations, Frank Fukui Woodburn Co. President, Barbara Valdez Nordstrom Supplier Diversity Director, Penny Fukui Woodburn Co. Vice President, Blake Nordstrom President & CEO, Steve Kesinger Nordstrom VP of Corporate Procurement

National Asian Entrepreneur of the Year 2006
Asian Enterprise Magazine

Frank and Penny Fukui are the winners of a national award honoring Asian American entrepreneurs. Woodburn Company accepted the National Asian Entrepreneur Of the Year Award May 27 at a ceremony in Kona, Hawaii.

Asian American Entrepreneur of the Year 2006

Northwest Asian Weekly

The spotlight was on entrepreneurs, but the real theme that night was inspiration. Sharing stories of triumph and adversity, the Asian American owners of 21 companies offered a glimpse into what makes them and their businesses tick at the Asian American Entrepreneur of the Year Awards Dinner.

National Masters Circle Award for Sales Excellence 2004

Ricoh Corporation

Woodburn Company received recognition from Ricoh Corporation for national sales achievements in two categories.
Masters Circle Award, Bronze Level for Sales and Service Excellence and Sales of Black & White MFP's.

Regional Masters Circle Award for Sales Excellence 2004

Ricoh Corporation

Woodburn Company received recognition from Ricoh Corporation for regional sales achievements in two categories.
Masters Circle Award, Bronze Level for Sales and Service Excellence and Sales of Black & White MFP's.

Woodburn Company is Recognized by the National Institute of Government Purchasing

Frank and Penny Fukui were recognized in Biloxi Mississippi at the National Institute of Government Purchasing. Woodburn Company was the only minority-owned copier business in the nation to serve a Class “A” City at the tier one level.

   


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