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NCMA Membership Adds NAPA and Canadian Tire to Board of Directors

The National Catalog Managers Association (NCMA) recently elected representatives from NAPA and Canadian Tire Corp. to its board of directors.Ken Ingram, director of catalog and profile pricing services for NAPA, and Jason Homenick, manager of automotive operations for Canadian Tire Corp., join the NCMA Board of Directors for the 2004-2005 election year.

BETHESDA, MD — The National Catalog Managers Association (NCMA) recently elected representatives from NAPA and Canadian Tire Corp. to its board of directors.

Ken Ingram, director of catalog and profile pricing services for NAPA, and Jason Homenick, manager of automotive operations for Canadian Tire Corp., join the NCMA Board of Directors for the 2004-2005 election year.

“Our industry is experiencing radical change brought on by consolidations, increased competition and technological advancements,” said Mark Seng of Federal Mogul and newly elected NCMA president. “Managing electronic application and product-data is at the core of our respective company’s ability to survive and grow. The NCMA is an organization that must play a central role in determining the outcome of these changes as well as setting a course for the future.”

Re-elected to the board for this year were Scott Huston of DENSO, Chris Nierintz of Pep Boys and David Stringer of Florida Automotive Distributing. The new officers join Seng, Roger Garite of Dana, Mark Hickman of Advance Auto Parts, Loanne Papas of Mitsubishi Electric and Tim Hardin of World Wide Automotive to round out the 2004-2005 NCMA Board of Directors.

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