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Federated Recognizes ASE-Certified Parts Professionals

Federated Auto Parts recently recognized Federated counter personnel for earning and renewing their ASE P2 Parts Specialist certification with a special Federated “Patch 4 Cash” promotion.

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“Earning an ASE Parts Specialist certification demonstrates a commitment to education and training, and we wanted to thank our counter professionals for receiving this important distinction,” said Phil Moore, senior vice president of Federated Auto Parts. “At Federated, we pride ourselves on having the most knowledgeable counter people in the auto care industry. This promotion recognizes their hard work, diligence and expert customer service.”

To qualify for the special promotion, Federated counter personnel simply provided a copy of their ASE Parts Specialist certification. The grand-prize “Patch 4 Cash” winner was Danny Morris from Orange, Virginia.

Other top “Patch 4 Cash” winners include: Bennett Allen Jr., Newport, Kentucky; Tim Anderson, Barrington, Illinois; Andrew Bahrs, Cincinnati, Ohio; Michael Byrd, Belton, Texas; Scott Fraser, Paw Paw, Michigan; Jonathon Goldstein, Westborough, Massachusetts; Tommy Hale, Independence, Ohio; Kintex Ho, San Jose, California; Benjamin Ingalls, Essex JCT, Vermont; Lori Kemper, Harrisburg, Virginia; Tim Key, Coffeyville, Kansas; Mark Edward Lotts, Harrisonburg, Virginia; Matt Malone, Painesville, Ohio; David Martin, Norton, Virginia; Karen Napier, Harrisonburg, Virginia; Charles Ottinger, Big Island, Virginia; Bradley Richardson, Johnson, Vermont; Ernest Sparrow, Greensboro Maryland; Larry Winrod, Brunswick, Ohio; and Arthur Yniguez, San Jose, California.

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