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Auto Care Association Elects New Officers, Board Of Directors

Richard Jago of Old World Industries Inc. is the chairman for the 2014-’15 term.

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BETHESDA, Md. – The Auto Care Association has elected its new officers and board of directors for the 2014-2015 term. This board is effective as of July 1.
 
The Auto Care Association’s elected officers of the Executive Committee are:
•Chairman, Richard Jago, Old World Industries Inc.
•Vice Chairman, Michael Klein, Armored AutoGroup
•Treasurer, Mike Carlet, Sears Holdings Corp.
•Secretary, Ira Davis, Multi Parts Supply Inc.
•Vice President, Mark Finestone, AutoZone Inc.
•Vice President, Scott Leprohon, NAPA Headquarters
•Vice President, John Washbish, Aftermarket Auto Parts Alliance Inc.
•Vice President, Cal Wilkins, TASCO
•Past Chairman, Timothy Lee, Lang Distributing Inc.
 
Two new individuals were elected to the Auto Care Association Board of Directors, including:
•Tanvir Arfi, Bosch Automotive Service Solutions
•Jeff Darby, Dorman Products Inc.
 
Continuing board members are:
•Thomas Beer, SSF Imported Auto Parts Inc.
•Jim Dykstra, Dykstra Auto Service
•Mike Fitzgerald, MFitzgerald Associates LLC
•Todd Hack, The Gates Corp.
•Patricia Law, ANSA Automotive Parts Distributors Inc.
•William Maggs, National Pronto Association
•Roger McCollum, N.A. Williams Co.
•John Quirk, VIP Inc.
•Sherri Rains, Blue Magic, a Division of Technical Chemical
•Don Reimondo, Heavy Duty America/Truck Pride
•Richard Schwartz, Schwartz Advisors
•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, 4C Advisors
 
 
 

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