Representing TORA and serving as leaders for the automotive aftermarket industry, the council has announced two new members who will serve on the TORA Select Committee.
Tara Thompson, Dixie 4 Wheel Drive
Among Thompson’s most notable career achievements, she attributes the Dixie 4 Wheel Drive team for pulling off incredible feats in the past 4 years, one of those being the building out of two phenomenal properties. The company finished the St. George location in March of 2017 and were able to turn around and complete the build out and set up of their second location in Moab, Utah by February of 2018. Additional achievements include helping lead her company to being named the SEMA TORA Retailer of the Year in 2020, and being named the Networker of the Year from the St. George Area Chamber of Commerce.
Jenna Jefferies, PerTronix Performance Brands
Named SBN She Is Woman of the Year in 2020, Jefferies is proud of the relationships that she has built with both customers and colleagues as well as being able to work through the different departments in her career. Having so many people put their trust in her is a feeling she never would have dreamed of, and she is especially proud of the person that she has become over the years. When she first started in sales, she was quiet, scared and intimidated. Working in the automotive industry and being a volunteer has made her more confident.
In addition to the newly elected Select Committee members listed above, TORA welcomes back Immediate Past Chair Erika Marquez, Warn Industries; TORA Chair Troy Wirtz, Dee Zee Inc.; Chair-Elect Matt Reasoner, Roll n Lock; Wendy Miles, The SHOP Magazine; Mike Hallmark, Hellwig Products; Josh Rosanbalm, FOX Factory PDV / RMT Overland; Kristina Coburn, Truck Hero; Dawson D. Druesedow, 4 Wheel Performance; Chris Fairless, Hypertech; Andy Morgan, Keystone Automotive Operations; Randall Speir, Allen Performance Resources; David Williams, Go Rhino/Big Country; and David Ayers, The AAM Group.