The WTC has launched a volunteer spotlight program to recognize the industry leaders who continue to educate and preserve the future of the automotive aftermarket.

Scott Musser of Ultra Wheel Company was recently named as the council’s first spotlight member for his contributions as a WTC Select Committee volunteer from 2016 – 2019. In his Q&A with SEMA, he shares his experience volunteering for the WTC and how it has influenced his career. Read his spotlight. 

“SEMA holds a lot of networking events, and the Member Spotlight Program is a fantastic segue for WTC members to share their voice and get to know other individuals within their aftermarket niche and community,” said Nicole Bradle, WTC Director. “All WTC members are invited to apply and be recognized.”

Do you have an interesting story? We want to hear it. Submit your application to be featured as a WTC spotlight member.