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TBC Corp. Recognizes Recipients Of 2017 ASE Technician Of The Year Award

Four TBC technicians received the coveted award at a national recognition ceremony.

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TBC Corp., one of the nation’s largest marketers of automotive services and replacement tires, has recognized the four associates from company-owned locations who were the recipients of the 2017 ASE Technician of the Year Award.

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Every year, the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) selects technicians based on specific criteria, including ASE certification level, commitment to total customer satisfaction and community involvement. Forty-seven automotive professionals, out of more than 250,000 ASE certified professionals, were recognized in mid-November at the fall Board of Governors meeting of the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence held at the Marriott Mission Valley in San Diego, California.

TBC said it is pleased to recognize this year’s recipients from the three company-owned and operated retail brands: NTB Tire and Service Centers, Merchant’s Tire and Automotive Centers and Tire Kingdom Service Centers.

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“These four technicians are truly the best in the industry and should be commended for their continued dedication to continuous improvement and dedication to their trade,” said Erik Olsen, TBC Corp.’s president and CEO. “We’re honored to recognize them as ASE Technicians of the Year and, on behalf of TBC Corp., I would like to congratulate them on their well-deserved awards.”

TBC’s 2017 recipients of ASE’s Technician of the Year Award are:

  • Heath Bomar, of Marietta, Georgia, NTB Tire and Service Centers
  • Steve Dziedzic, of Bolingbrook, Illinois, NTB Tire and Service Centers
  • Brian Woodstock, of Juno Beach, Florida, Tire Kingdom Service Centers
  • John Hughes, of Richmond, Virginia, Merchant’s Tire and Automotive Centers

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