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Fletcher Lord III represents the fourth generation of the Crow family to help lead Crow-Burlingame, a Little Rock, Arkansas-based parts distributor that celebrated its 100th anniversary in April. Lord III, a great-grandson of co-founder Bob Crow, was named president during the company’s centennial celebration in Little Rock, coinciding with several other executive appointments that signal the next chapter for the venerable parts firm.
Corey is the President and CEO of Automotive Parts Headquarters (APH) in Saint Cloud, Minnesota. He is the third-generation to be involved in the business. APH operates 125 corporate stores and 36 independent locations across Minnesota, Wisconsin, North Dakota, South Dakota, Michigan and Montana.
Mark Drennan is the general director of ACDelco, the true General Motors original equipment maintenance and repair parts brand. Over a three-decade career at GM, Drennan has influenced every part of the aftermarket value chain, from product design to marketing, sales and distribution.
Scott is the President of Bennett Auto Supply, Pompano Beach, FL, with 34 stores, 1 distribution center, and over 60 Certified Service Centers throughout Southeast Florida.
As the vice president of marketing at NGK Spark Plugs (U.S.A.), Inc., David is responsible for all marketing and product initiatives for the brand. He earned a BSBA in marketing from Kutztown University, and an MBA from Pennsylvania State University. He has also completed executive leadership development courses at Northwood University.
David Saline started out as a client with Management Success and joined the team by leading training seminars. He is now the Vice President of Sales at Management Success, while continuing to run two shops.
Mark Drennan was named ACDelco general director in October 2016, and is responsible for its business strategies and overall performance. Previously, he was director of General Motors Accessories, where he was charged with integrating sales and distribution with the design, production and marketing of GM’s vehicle accessories portfolio. Drennan previously served as a field zone sales manager and regional service manager.
Success in the car care industry today is critically dependent on technology. This goes beyond the warehouse and counter and directly onto the shop floor, says Washbish.