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Final Deadline for AASA Top Suppliers List — Friday, March 5

The final deadline to submit information for the 2004 Top Automotive Aftermarket Suppliers List is quickly approaching. Information for this free listing must be submitted by Friday, March 5. Published by Automotive Aftermarket Suppliers Association (AASA), the aftermarket segment of the Motor & Equipment Manufacturers Association (MEMA), and produced by Babcox Publications, this multi-page, full-color publication will be distributed with the May issue of Counterman magazine, which reaches more than 50,000 automotive aftermarket parts distribution professionals every month.

RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, NC — The final deadline to submit information for the 2004 Top Automotive Aftermarket Suppliers List is quickly approaching. Information for this free listing must be submitted by Friday, March 5.

Published by Automotive Aftermarket Suppliers Association (AASA), the aftermarket segment of the Motor & Equipment Manufacturers Association (MEMA), and produced by Babcox Publications, this multi-page, full-color publication will be distributed with the May issue of Counterman magazine, which reaches more than 50,000 automotive aftermarket parts distribution professionals every month. The list also will be posted on its own Web page on the aftermarketNews.com (AMN) Web site, with search-enabling features and hotlinks to each of the top aftermarket suppliers’ Web sites.

The second annual AASA Top Aftermarket Suppliers List will feature valuable information on the largest suppliers to the automotive aftermarket. Included in the AASA Top Automotive Aftermarket Suppliers List will be key data on each company, from product and brand information to annual aftermarket sales figures. In addition to sales data by company, the publication will also include a market overview, as well as listings of the top suppliers by product category (with approximately 20 categories to be highlighted). Also, new this year, companies will be broken down under product listings for faster reference.

The form to participate is available online at http://www.aftermarketnews.com/top70.asp. The 2003 AASA Top Aftermarket Suppliers list is also available via this link.

For more information, contact Paul Foley of AASA at 919-406-8840 or Jon Owens of Babcox at 330-670-1234.

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