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Dana’s Terry Shively to be Featured on the C.A.R. Show

Terry Shively, vice president marketing and public relations for the Dana Automotive Aftermarket Group, will be featured on the C.A.R. Show radio program on Saturday, Feb. 7. The broadcast will air between 9 - 11 a.m. EST. During the broadcast, Shively will discuss the importance of preventative vehicle maintenance and the role that the Dana Automotive Aftermarket Group has played in supporting the Car Care Council’s “Be Car Care Aware” campaign. He will also discuss the need for the industry to continue to come together to capture a share of the $62 billion in unperformed vehicle maintenance.

MCHENRY, IL — Terry Shively, vice president marketing and public relations for the Dana Automotive Aftermarket Group, will be featured on the C.A.R. Show radio program on Saturday, Feb. 7. The broadcast will air between 9 – 11 a.m. EST.

During the broadcast, Shively will discuss the importance of preventative vehicle maintenance and the role that the Dana Automotive Aftermarket Group has played in supporting the Car Care Council’s “Be Car Care Aware” campaign. He will also discuss the need for the industry to continue to come together to capture a share of the $62 billion in unperformed vehicle maintenance.

The C.A.R. Show is a syndicated, two hour radio call-in show with automotive experts Roger Kwapich and Dan Pietras that covers such topics as trouble-shooting and preventative maintenance, as well as automotive news and views.

For more information on the Dana Automotive Aftermarket Group, visit: www.dana.com.

To learn more about the C.A.R. Show and where it is broadcast, go to: www.thecarshow.com.

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