Doug Brown Re-Elected Automotive Lift Institute Chairman

Doug Brown Re-Elected Automotive Lift Institute Chairman

Brian Spikes of Challenger Lifts was elected to another three-year term at ALI's annual meeting in Las Vegas on Oct. 30.

Doug Brown of Vehicle Service Group (Madison, Indiana) was elected to a second one-year term as chairman of the Automotive Lift Institute (ALI) Board of Directors, and Brian Spikes of Challenger Lifts (Louisville, Kentucky) was elected to another three-year term at the lift safety organization’s annual meeting in Las Vegas on Oct. 30.

The ALI Board of Directors includes representatives of vehicle lift manufacturer members, as well as a representative elected by the ALI Associate Class. ALI Associate Class membership is available to North American organizations performing vehicle lift inspections with at least one ALI Certified Lift Inspector on staff. 

Joining Brown and Spikes on the 2024 ALI board are:

-Past chairman Jeff Kritzer of BendPak Inc. (Agoura Hills, California);
-Associate Class representative Gary Wainwright of Weco Inc. (Bradford, Arkansas);
-Allan Pavlick of Stertil-Koni (Stevensville, Maryland);
-Gary DiAngelo of Total Automotive Lifting Solutions (Oakville, Ontario);
-Stet Schanze of Gray Manufacturing Company (St. Joseph, Missouri); and
-ALI President R.W. “Bob” O’Gorman.

Heather Almeida continues as secretary/treasurer.

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