Winning Brands is a newly approved GSA Schedule Contract Supplier and online partner for GSA Advantage!®

Welcome U.S. Government and Military Personnel.
If you are in any branch of the U.S. Government Procurement System which has access to goods and services through the General Services Administration, then you now have access to Winning Brands advanced cleaning solutions.

The photos to the right and the links below provide a quick and convenient overview of these products.

The red GSA Advantage links take you to live pages on the official GSA Advantage website, where detailed specifications are provided.

If you would like more information please contact us.

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Contact Information Below

Martin and Sherry Doherty

Government Procurement

(207) 730-0472

Sherry Doherty

Twenty years U.S. Air Force in the field of Command and Control, retiring in August 1999. In her military career Sherry had Special Duty assignments with the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) Command Center in Colorado Springs and the Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA) Operations Center at Dulles International Airport, VA. After retiring, Sherry worked for several agencies within the Department of Homeland Security. Sherry holds two degrees in Computer Technology and Information and Communications, as well as a CompTIA A+ Computer Technician Certification.

Martin Doherty

Retired in 2001 with over 20 years in the U.S. Air Force and Maine Air National Guard. His career included 13 years as a Materials Management Specialist (Base Supply) with focus on managing, administrating and operating base supply systems. Martin's career included 8 years in the Logistics Plans career field performing base support planning processes. As a unit Resource Advisor, Martin managed the organization's budget and its many contracts. Since retiring, Martin has been a contractor in the management of government facilities.