Nominations Open For Federated Shop Of The Year -

Nominations Open For Federated Shop Of The Year

Federated Auto Parts is now accepting nominations for Federated Shop of the Year. The annual Federated Shop of the Year program recognizes a top shop with a demonstrated track record of excellence in such areas as customer service, quality repairs, knowledgeable staff and community involvement.

FederatedShopFederated Auto Parts is now accepting nominations for Federated Shop of the Year. The annual Federated Shop of the Year program recognizes a top shop with a demonstrated track record of excellence in such areas as customer service, quality repairs, knowledgeable staff and community involvement.

“The Federated Shop of the Year program has quickly become a popular annual program. It is a way for us to recognize the best of the best,” said Phil Moore, senior vice president for Federated. “We encourage all shops to let us know why they should be the next Federated Shop of the Year. It is easy to enter and the winning shop owner will receive an all-expense paid trip for two to our national meeting in Puerto Rico.”

Shops may be self-nominated or nominated by others for the Federated Shop of the Year award. Nominated shops will be evaluated on a set of criteria established by Federated and found on the Shop of the Year nomination form. The winning shop owner and a guest will be awarded a three night, four day all-expense paid trip to Puerto Rico, compliments of Federated. They will attend the 2015 Federated National Meeting and receive special recognition during the awards banquet.

Last year’s winner, Brighton Auto Service of Brighton, Mich., was nominated by Federated member Motown Automotive. For more information or to nominate a shop, visit the Federated Auto Parts website at www.federatedautoparts.com/ShopOfTheYear.aspx.

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