Dayco Will Be Title Sponsor for AWDA Business Conference

Dayco Will Be Title Sponsor for AWDA Business Conference

The conference will take place Oct. 28-30 in Las Vegas.

The Aftermarket Warehouse Distributors Association (AWDA), a community of the Auto Care Association, has announced that Dayco will be title sponsor of the 76th annual AWDA Business Conference.

The conference will take place Oct. 28-30 in Las Vegas.

“The AWDA Conference is an annual business event that brings together the premier companies of the industry for high-level, private, one-on-one business meetings,” the association said. “For 2023, AWDA is honored to have the support and partnership of Dayco Products in celebrating this milestone anniversary conference.” 

The longevity of the AWDA Business Conference is a testament to the value of the industry and its engaged companies, AWDA added. The Auto Care Association is honored to carry on this long-standing tradition.

“We are grateful to have Dayco as the title sponsor again this year for AWDA’s 76th annual Business Conference,” said Bill Hanvey, president and CEO of the Auto Care Association. “Dayco’s generous support of the AWDA community over the years is a testament to its commitment to not only the Auto Care Association, but to the entire distributors community and the aftermarket.”

Registration and hotel information for the 2023 AWDA Business Conference will be available in early June. For more details, visit autocare.org/awdaconference.

“Dayco has a long history of innovative engineering products that support the aftermarket, and we particularly value our relationships with our distribution channel partners,” said Tom Tecklenburg, vice president, North American Aftermarket, Dayco. “We are honored to sponsor and support AWDA who delivers value to our end users.”

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