National Pronto Association Donates $100,000 To University Of The Aftermarket Foundation

National Pronto Association Donates $100,000 To University Of The Aftermarket Foundation

Bill Maggs, president of National Pronto Association, will serve as National Pronto's representative on the University of the Aftermarket Foundation board of trustees.

BETHESDA, Md. — The University of the Aftermarket Foundation extends sincere thanks to National Pronto Association for its recent contribution of $100,000 to help educate those who have the drive to pursue a career in the automotive aftermarket.
 
“It is important to our members and vendors that we get involved and support the efforts of the University of the Aftermarket Foundation,” said Bill Maggs, president of National Pronto Association. “We view our contribution as an investment in the future because education is the foundation of a strong, stable and successful industry. We are proud to join forces with other aftermarket leaders to encourage young people to further their education and look to our industry for a lifetime career.”
 
Maggs will serve as National Pronto’s representative on the University of the Aftermarket Foundation board of trustees.
 
“We very much appreciate the generous contribution from National Pronto Association and welcome them as a lifetime trustee,” said John Washbish, secretary of the University of the Aftermarket Foundation. “Bill Maggs will be an excellent addition to our board of trustees because he shares our commitment to making sure educational opportunities are available to talented individuals who seek a career in our industry.”
 
About National Pronto Association
National Pronto Association is a North American shareholder-owned organization headquartered in Grapevine, Texas. Formed in 1979, National Pronto is a leading program distribution group with over $2 billion in sales and a focus on marketing, technology and buying. For more information, visit www.pronto-net.com.

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