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Federated To Hold National Membership Meeting In Phoenix

Federated members will attend meetings on a variety of topics including marketing, technology and inventory management as well as receive updates from select manufacturers on their latest product offerings.

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STAUNTON, Va. — Federated Auto Parts will hold its annual national membership meeting April 25-28 at the Arizona Grand Resort in Phoenix.

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“Our annual national meeting is the perfect opportunity for our members to meet as a group and discuss the issues that are important for their individual businesses and for Federated as a whole,” said Rusty Bishop, CEO of Federated Auto Parts. “We plan to update our members on major Federated initiatives, such as the Enhanced Supply Chain program and our Co-man warehouse expansion, which will help improve overall operating efficiency and profitability.”

Federated members will attend meetings on a variety of topics including marketing, technology and inventory management as well as receive updates from select manufacturers on their latest product offerings. New suppliers will be provided an opportunity to make presentations to the Federated membership. In addition, meetings will be held with various Federated councils such as Co-man, technology and the Board of Governors. Federated members also will have the opportunity to meet with suppliers for one-on-one discussions.

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As part of the event activities, Federated will host its annual awards dinner on April 26, where Federated members and vendors will be honored with such prestigious awards as Outstanding Vendor of the Year and the Art Fisher Memorial Membership Award.

“The primary goal of our national meeting is to make the Federated business foundation stronger through enhanced customer support and the use of Federated programs,” Bishop said. “Even with such a jam-packed schedule, we will make sure there is time for members to interact and communicate with each other, sharing success stories and best practices. We are looking forward to a great meeting in Phoenix.”

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