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Auto-Wares Group of Companies Announces 2018 Suppliers Of The Year

Tenneco received top honors being named overall 2018 Supplier of the Year. In presenting the top honor, Auto-Wares said Tenneco was a strong marketing partner, fully committed to training, offered excellent support in the field, had strong sales and high shipping rates.

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(From left to right) Tim Snyder (Tenneco), Bruce Gumenick (Auto‐Wares), Fred Bunting (Auto‐Wares), Jeff Koviak (Tenneco), Larry Friesner (Tenneco), Chuck Hawkins (Tenneco), Carl Tellier (Tenneco), Bill Johnston (Tenneco), Todd Leimenstoll (Auto‐Wares), John Sanford (Auto‐Wares)

Auto-Wares Group of Companies has named its 2018 Supplier of the Year Award winners, recognizing four companies for outstanding performance and collaboration over the past year. The awards were presented at the Auto-Wares’ year-end sales meeting in Grand Rapids, Michigan, with more than 150 people in attendance.

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Tenneco received top honors being named overall 2018 Supplier of the Year. In presenting the top honor, Auto-Wares said Tenneco was a strong marketing partner, fully committed to training, offered excellent support in the field, had strong sales and high shipping rates.

Other Auto-Wares Supplier award winners included:

  • Rising Star Supplier of the Year – Power Stop

    Power Stop

  • Data & Technology Supplier of the Year – Dorman Products

    Dorman

  • Sales & Marketing Supplier of the Year – Standard Motor Products

    Standard Motor Products

The awards were voted on by Auto-Wares leadership, store and sales staff.

“Congratulations to the 2018 winners of the Auto-Wares Supplier of the Year Awards. Their outstanding performance in 2018 allowed Auto-Wares to provide exceptional customer service levels to our parts store and service center customers. We are grateful for the continued partnership of all our supplier partners,” said Todd Leimenstoll, president/CEO, Auto-Wares Group of Companies.

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