Federated Members Honored For Excellence

Federated Members Honored For Excellence

Each member received their honor during the recent Federated Auto Parts national meeting.

 

From left, David Burke, Keystone Automotive and Sue Godschalk, Federated Auto Parts
From left, David Burke, Keystone Automotive and Sue Godschalk, Federated Auto Parts

 

STAUNTON, Va. – Three Federated members have been recognized for exceptional performance and commitment to select Federated programs, according to Rusty Bishop, CEO of Federated Auto Parts. Each member received their honor during the recent Federated Auto Parts national meeting.

Keystone Automotive, headquartered in Exeter, Pennsylvania, was presented with the Federated Co-Man Member of the Year award. David Burke accepted the award on behalf of Keystone. This annual award is presented to a member that has shown outstanding support of the member-owned Federated Co-Man warehouse operation and its programs.

Arnold Oil Company of Austin, Texas received the Federated Car Care Excellence award. This award honors a Federated member that has excelled at implementing the Federated Car Care Center program and has demonstrated an outstanding commitment to Federated service provider customers. Jim Arnold accepted the award on behalf of Arnold Oil.

A new award introduced this year, the Federated National Accounts award, was presented to John Berrodin of the Berrodin Parts Warehouse, based in Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania. This top award recognizes a Federated member for excellence in serving national accounts customers.

“Co-Man, Car Care and National Accounts are among the key programs that help make Federated stand out in the marketplace, so it is our distinct honor to recognize three outstanding members with these special awards,” said Bishop. “We congratulate Keystone, Arnold Oil and Berrodin and thank them for their dedication to making Federated and its programs highly successful.”

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