Dorman Congratulates May Contest Winners

Dorman Congratulates May Contest Winners

Two winners successfully completed Dorman's new TPMS training module, earning each of them a chance to win $250.

COLMAR, Pa. — Dorman University has announced the winners of its May Service Technician and Counterperson of the Month contests. Both winners successfullycompleted Dorman’s new TPMS training module, earning each of them a chance to win $250.
 
Congratulations go to:
 
•John Carder, Dorman’s May Counter Person of the Month. Carder has worked at KOI’s Siferd-Hossellman location in Saint Marys, Ohio, for more than 25 years. Carder completed his Dorman University module while also attending to phone calls and walk-in customers, winning him “the easiest $250 he’s ever earned.” In addition to his prize, Carder’s KOI location has also won $250 in free Dorman product.
 
•Dave Enwright, Dorman’s May Service Technician of the Month. Enwright has been in the tire industry for more than 35 years, and worked for STS Tire & Auto’s Dresher, Pa., location for more than 13 years. Enwright has participated in Dorman’s Be-the-First-to-Know new product alert program for years, and taking the time to complete his Dorman U TPMS module scored him an easy $250!
 
To sign up for the free Dorman University program, visit DormanUniversity.com. After enrolling in the program, students can begin selecting from a wide variety of available course content. Each Dorman University training module consists of: course materials that can be downloaded for easy reference, learning content such as videos or presentations, a brief quiz on the course materials, an opportunity to earn a certificate of completion and a closing review summary.
 
 

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