The Custom Automotive Network (CAN) board of directors election is underway for the 2019 through 2020 term. CAN recently amended its bylaws to include board representation outside of the distribution segment.
Starting in 2019, the Board of Directors will increase from eight to 12 seats with a defined composition of six distributors, four manufacturers and two partners (sales reps, service providers and media members.) This historic election is open to all CAN member companies until Dec. 24, 2018, and will determine two manufacturer directors, one partner director and the treasurer officer.
The 11 candidates include:
Manufacturer Director Candidates
- Adrian Murray of Painless Performance
- Brett Littlefield of AutoMeter Products
- Denise Waddingham of Dee Zee
- Jim Bailey of 3D/U ACE
- Mark Campbell of COMP Performance Group
- Nick Moncure of MBRP
- Sean Crary of Energy Suspension
Partner Director Candidates
- Chris Fellows of DCi
Regan Dickinson of The Shop Magazine
- Scott Luckett of GCommerce
Royal Coburn is running unopposed as the Treasurer candidate.
Custom Automotive Network was founded in 1970 as Performance Warehouse Association. The organization’s mission is to assist the custom automotive industry in efforts to expand, maintain and promote the profitable distribution of custom automotive products through the manufacturer-distributor-retailer-consumer channel.