AAIA Elects New Officers And Board Directors

AAIA Elects New Officers And Board Directors

Two new individuals were elected to the AAIA Board of Directors: Mark Finestone, AutoZone Inc., and Richard Schwartz, Schwartz Advisors.

BETHESDA, Md. – The Automotive Aftermarket Industry Association (AAIA) elected its new officers and board of directors for 2013-2014. This new board became effective July 1.
AAIA’s elected officers of the Executive Committee are:
•    Chairman, Timothy Lee, Lang Distributing Inc.
•    Vice Chairman, Richard Jago, Old World Industries Inc.
•    Treasurer, Michael Klein, IDQ Holding Inc.
•    Secretary, Ira Davis, Multi Parts Supply Inc.
•    Vice President, Cal Wilkins, TASCO
•    Vice President, Mike Carlet, Driven Brands Inc.
•    Vice President, Scott Leprohon, NAPA Headquarters
•    Vice President, John Washbish, Aftermarket Auto Parts Alliance
•    Past Chairman, Robert Egan, Federal-Mogul Corp.
Two new individuals were elected to the AAIA Board of Directors, including:
•    Mark Finestone, AutoZone Inc.
•    Richard Schwartz, Schwartz Advisors
Continuing board members are:
•    Thomas Beer, SSF Imported Auto Parts Inc.
•    Curtis Draper, ChangeWorks
•    Jim Dykstra, Dykstra Auto Service
•    Mike Fitzgerald, MFitzgerald Associates
•    Todd Hack, Gates Corp.
•    Patricia Law, ANSA Automotive Parts Distributors Inc.
•    William Maggs, National Pronto Association
•    Roger McCollum, N.A. Williams Co.
•    Tom Perry, US Chemical and Plastics Inc.
•    F. Scott Pletz, Marketing and Promotion Inc.
•    John Quirk, VIP Inc.
•    Sherri Rains, Blue Magic Inc.
•    Don Reimondo, HDA Truck Pride
•    David Segal, Automotive Supply Associates Inc.
•    Mike Swearengin, O’Reilly Auto Parts
•    Timothy Trudnowski, Automotive Jobbers Supply
•    Randal Ward, Automotive Aftermarket Association Southeast
•    Scott Webb, Pep Boys

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