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Federated Auto Parts Announces Vendors of the Year

Federated Auto Parts announced its 2003 Vendors of the Year at its annual meetings held in Salt Lake City May 12-15. The awards were presented by Federated Chairman, Bo Fisher and Rusty Bishop, Federated CEO, at the awards luncheon held May 14.

STAUNTON, Va. — Federated Auto Parts announced its 2003 Vendors of the Year at its annual meetings held in Salt Lake City May 12-15. The awards were presented by Federated Chairman, Bo Fisher and Rusty Bishop, Federated CEO, at the awards luncheon held May 14.

The Federated “Vendor-of-the-Year” awards are presented annually to the suppliers who provide the best overall service to the Federated membership. The award recognizes dedication to excellence in the areas of leadership, marketing, training and sales support. “We have many fine partners and friends at Federated,” said Fisher. “We initiated the Vendor-of-the-Year Awards as a way to recognize some of the companies that stand out each year with their marketing initiatives, customer service and leadership abilities. The companies we chose for 2003 truly are committed to establishing an outstanding and long-lasting partnership with Federated.”

KYB America LLC, the world’s largest supplier of shocks and struts to vehicle manufacturers, was named Federated’s “Outstanding Vendor of the Year.” KYB was chosen for its continuous improvement and willingness to solve problems and move forward into the future. It was the first time KYB has earned this award.

Two companies, ARI and Dana Brake & Chassis, were each awarded with Federated’s “Vendor of the Year” award while four additional companies — ConiSeal, Douglas, Merit and the Four Seasons Division of Standard Motor Products, were named honorable mention “Vendors of the Year” by Federated.

Also at the awards luncheon, Federated announced its “Vendor of the Year” Hall of Fame inductees for 1992-1999. The following are the honorees:
1992—Roy Kent—Moog
1993—Bob Wallin—Hastings Filters
1994—Frank Grosser—Walker
1995—Gene Jeffries—Raybestos
1996—Peter Calo—Cardone
1997—John Bedard—Drive Plus
1998—Charles Douglas—Douglas Battery
1999—Bill Lisle—Lisle Corporation

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