MACS Announces Board Election Results - aftermarketNews

MACS Announces Board Election Results

Board members will be formally sworn into office at the upcoming MACS Convention and Trade Show to be held Feb. 5-7 at the Hilton Anatole in Dallas.

LANSDALE, Pa. — The Mobile Air Conditioning Society (MACS) Worldwide recently concluded voting in its annual board member elections.

Election results are as follows:

Re-elected to represent the service section are Gus Swensen of Cool Car Auto Air in Columbus, Ga., and Danny Spitznagel of Ft. Walton Radiator and Auto Air, Ft. Walton Beach, Fla.
Elected to represent the distributor section are Phil Jones of J&N Auto Air, Harlingen, Texas, and Steve Sunday, Sunair  Products, Fort Worth, Texas.
Re-elected to represent manufacturer members are Peter Coll of Neutronics, Inc., Exton, Pa., and Michael Dawson, T/CCI Mfg. LLC. of Decatur, Ill.

The MACS Worldwide board of directors is made up of 13 members. Four members each represent service and repair, distribution and the manufacturing divisions of the mobile air conditioning industry. The immediate past chairman also serves. Members serve two-year terms and half of the board is up for election every year.

Board members will be formally sworn into office at the upcoming MACS Convention and Trade Show to be held Feb. 5-7 at the Hilton Anatole in Dallas.

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