Auto Pride Holds First Virtual Member Meeting

Auto Pride Holds First Virtual Member Meeting

The meeting brought together more than 200 participants, including members, suppliers and staff, over the two-day event.

On Sept. 30, Auto Pride held its first virtual member meeting.

The meeting brought together more than 200 participants, including members, suppliers and staff, over the two-day event. 

The meeting included staff presentations on Auto Pride marketing, product and technology, with a major focus on the Network Academy online training programs. The members and suppliers also participated in one-on-one sessions to discuss business opportunities. 

“The Network is like a toolbox. There are tools to help you grow your business,” said Cora Roark, director of Auto Pride. “We wanted to highlight those tools in this meeting, as well as, make connections between customers and suppliers.”

“The Network Academy has been one of the big success stories this year. We wanted to take this opportunity to highlight this program,” added Steve Tucker, vice president.

“I want to give a special thanks to our academy partner, AVI OnDemand, who produced our meeting and helped to make this such a success.”

The Automotive Distribution Network operates under the Parts Plus, Parts Plus Mexico, IAPA and Auto Pride brands.

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