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The Week in Pictures: From Congressional Visits To Trade Missions To Columbia

It may be summertime in the Northern hemisphere, but the automotive aftermarket isn’t slowing down. From KYB hosting congressional representatives at its manufacturing facilities, to the Auto Care Association hosting trade missions to Columbia, and Dill Air Controls’ 110th anniversary and more, this industry is staying strong and staying busy this summer. Take a look!

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AMN Editor Amy Antenora has been reporting daily on the automotive aftermarket since 2002. She also is editor of AMN Global and serves as managing editor of Counterman magazine, AMN’s sister publication for the parts distribution segment. Prior to joining Babcox Media, Amy began her career as a newspaper reporter and went on to work in public relations for two state universities. She is a graduate of Kent State University and in 2009 earned the Automotive Aftermarket Professional (AAP) designation from Northwood University’s University of the Aftermarket.

It may be summertime in the Northern hemisphere, but the automotive aftermarket isn’t slowing down. From KYB hosting congressional representatives at its manufacturing facilities, to the Auto Care Association hosting trade missions to Columbia, and Dill Air Controls’ 110th anniversary and more, this industry is staying strong and staying busy this summer. Take a look!

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