Griffin was recently appointed to an expanded role in May, and talks to us about new digital initiatives.
How managing business through a pandemic has changed Hunter Engineering, and the industry as a whole.
As the CEO and executive director of TechForce Foundation, Jennifer Maher has a bold vision. “For decades, technicians have been unfairly identified as ‘grease monkeys.’ It’s a label that was never true but, today, is just ridiculous when you consider the complexity of vehicles. Frankly, we’re out to kill that negative image once and for all. And, in the process, we want to inspire and support those who are looking for a secure and rewarding career that fits their talent and interests,” said Maher.
JC Washbish, vice chairman of the Young Auto Care Network (YANG), recently sat down with aftermarketNews to talk about the exciting new initiatives YANG leadership is executing for 2018, including the upcoming YANG Leadership Conference, which will be held in conjunction with the Auto Care Association Leadership Days in May in Atlanta.
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.
Since 2011, Bob Leone has been part of the exciting growth of ADVICS in the aftermarket. His drive and determination is dedicated to aftermarket distribution of the established OE brand. For years, ADVICS has been manufacturing original equipment parts for Toyota, Lexus and other OE parts to Ford, GM, Chevrolet, Chrysler, Isuzu, Lexus, Mitsubishi, Honda, Nissan, Suzuki, Subaru and others.