Suppliers Must Submit Info for Seventh Annual AASA Top 100 by March 6 - aftermarketNews

Suppliers Must Submit Info for Seventh Annual AASA Top 100 by March 6

In addition to total automotive and North American aftermarket rankings, the list will include a global automotive ranking this year.

The deadline to participate in the 2009 “Top Automotive Aftermarket Suppliers List,” published by the Automotive Aftermarket Suppliers Association (AASA), produced Babcox Publications and sponsored by Ernst & Young, is coming up soon. Information must be provided by Friday, March 6.

This annual multi-page, full-color publication will feature insightful information on the largest suppliers to the automotive aftermarket. Participation in the publication is free and the form to participate is available online by clicking here.

A searchable directory of the previous years’ lists can be viewed here.

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 total automotive and North American aftermarket rankings, the list will include a global automotive ranking this year.

The AASA Top 100 list will be distributed in the May issue of Counterman magazine, which is seen by more than 40,000 aftermarket professionals every month. The Top 100 publication also is read each year by the more than 400 attendees of the Global Automotive Aftermarket Symposium. The list will be posted on its own web page on aftermarketNews.com, with search-enabling features and hotlinks to each of the top aftermarket suppliers’ websites.

For more information, contact Amy Antenora 330-670-1234 x220 or [email protected].

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