CNN’s John King and political strategist Karl Rove gave their views on the upcoming midterm elections and how tariffs could impact the automotive aftermarket industry during the grand opening keynote breakfast at AAPEX 2018 in Las Vegas.
The latest additions to the company’s portfolio include the NGK RUTHENIUM HX spark plug, NTK Technical Sensors and WVE Vehicle Electronics brand.
The winners were honored during the Women in Auto Care press conference that took place Tuesday, Oct. 30, during AAPEX.
With more than 1,200 attendees, the Network lived up to its name by welcoming its members, vendor partners and international affiliates.
In 2018, the foundation received 635 complete scholarship applications and awarded 302 scholarships for a total of $450,100. Fourteen of those scholarships were awarded to veterans.
The Import Product and Marketing Awards consist of 10 categories and recognize innovative products and marketing programs designed to serve the import aftermarket.
Using the slogan, “Trust the parts in your car,” the ads emphasize the OE quality and reliability of DENSO auto parts that drivers count on when facing bad weather, poor roads and other unexpected hazards.
All entries are on display in the New Product and New Packaging Showcases, Level 2, The Venetian hallway.
The group gathered for a breakfast meeting at the Venetian, prior to the opening of the show, to review new programs available to the membership.
The Automotive Warehouse Distributors Association (AWDA), a community of the Auto Care Association, last night announced the winners of its 2018 Industry Awards during the Opening General Session of its 71st Annual Business and Education Conference held in Las Vegas.
The company recently launched more than 300 new springs. With the additions, the product offering now includes more than 7,000 part numbers. To mark the 7,000 milestone, Lesjöfors is holding a “Win a Trip to Sweden” contest at AAPEX in booth No. 1881.