WORLDPAC, National Performance Warehouse, Finley Industries And Next Level Parts Inc. Reps Re-elected To CAWA

WORLDPAC, National Performance Warehouse, Finley Industries And Next Level Parts Inc. Reps Re-elected To CAWA

CAWA is a regional automotive aftermarket trade association, which represents auto parts jobbers, warehouse distributors, retailers, manufacturers and manufacturer representatives in California, Nevada and Arizona.

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Representatives from WORLPAC, National Performance Warehouse, Finley Industries and Next Level Parts Inc. were re-elected to the CAWA Board of Directors. The representatives began their term on Jan. 1, 2014 and will serve through Dec. 31, 2016.

The representatives are:
 
•Steve Sharp, WORLDPAC
•Bob Baptiste, National Performance Warehouse
•David Finley, Finley industries
•Jack Gosnell, Next Level Parts Inc.
 
“These representatives have contributed to the success of CAWA and we look forward to their continued participation in the Association," said Rodney Pierini, president and CEO. "They have given their time, resources and position in the industry to assure that CAWA remains relevant and of value to its membership and the automotive aftermarket industry."
 
CAWA is a regional automotive aftermarket trade association, which represents auto parts jobbers, warehouse distributors, retailers, manufacturers and manufacturer representatives in California, Nevada and Arizona. The association provides education, legislative, regulatory and business support to the industry and its membership.

It is one of the largest trade associations of its kind in the United States and recognized as a leader in the automotive aftermarket industry. For more information, visit www.cawa.org.

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