TRICO Products Announces Cibor as Director of Retail Sales - aftermarketNews

TRICO Products Announces Cibor as Director of Retail Sales

Cibor was most recently retail sales manager for large retail accounts in North America for Federal-Mogul.

ROCHESTER HILLS, Mich. — TRICO Products has announced the appointment of Leslie Cibor as director of retail sales. Cibor will assume responsibility for TRICO key accounts in recognized automotive stores nationwide. She brings with her more than a decade of automotive aftermarket experience and will be reporting to Brian Norko, vice president of sales and marketing-aftermarket.

Cibor was most recently retail sales manager for large retail accounts in North America for Federal-Mogul. Her responsibility included category management, line review updates and new business proposals for approximately $150 million in annual sales volumes. Cibor’s career at Federal-Mogul also included sales management positions overseeing an inside sales team and directing regional retail accounts. Over the past eight years, Cibor has been credited with continuously exceeding sales targets and helping to grow the business for her key retail customers.

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