Dayco Honors Carole Noon For 27 Years Of Service

Dayco Honors Carole Noon For 27 Years Of Service

Noon, the company's longest serving customer service representative, began with Dayco when the company was known as MarkIV Automotive.

Dayco Australia said its longest serving customer service representative, Carole Noon, announced her retirement after spending almost three decades with the company.

Noon’s career with Dayco began 27 years ago when the company was known as MarkIV Automotive. The company said she established several long-term customer relationships that would extend across her entire Dayco customer service career.

“Some of the comments that Dayco customers have made upon finding out that I was retiring have brought me to tears,” Noon said.

Of all the changes over the past three decades, Noon said the biggest impact on her career was when Dayco entered the online/digital age.

“The real game changer for the customer service team was the introduction of the Dayco website, online catalogue and especially the electronic ordering system,” Noon said. “It was also great to finally say goodbye to manually keying in stock orders!”

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