SEMA eNews Vol. 16, No. 48, November 28, 2013

Movers & Shakers: Trevor Potter Named CRP Automotive VP of Sales

  Trevor Potter, CRP Automotive
Trevor Potter, new vice president of sales for CRP Automotive, will manage all aspects of the the company's automotive sales program and sales team in the United States and Canada.
   

Trevor Potter Named CRP Automotive VP of Sales
CRP Automotive
has named Trevor Potter vice president of sales, managing all aspects of the CRP Automotive sales program and its sales team in the United States and Canada. He is also responsible for expanding the company’s market share and increasing its distribution footprint.  Potter was most recently with Schrader International, a leading manufacturer of valve and sensing technologies, where he served as vice president of aftermarket sales and marketing. Prior to that, he served as a division manager of the automotive aftermarket for Petoskey Plastics.

Holley EFI Seminar at 2013 PRI Show
Holley Performance Products EFI
Technical Representative Rick Anderson will conduct a seminar covering the basic functions and capabilities of the Holley EFI product line during the PRI Show. The hour-long session begins at 9:00 a.m. on Thursday morning, December 12, in Room 233 of the Indiana Convention Center.

Joe Saganowich Chosen to Head Ideal Industries SK Hand Tool Subsidiary
Ideal Industries Inc. has named Joe Saganowich vice president/general manager of its SK Hand Tool subsidiary. Saganowich, a 15-year veteran of the company, most recently led its North American Electrical Division as vice president of sales and marketing. As vice president/general manager of SK Hand Tool, Saganowich will lead the development and implementation of the subsidiary's strategic plans, overseeing its day-to-day operations and driving sales growth. Prior to joining Ideal, Saganowich held sales positions with Black and Decker, Sunoco Auto, and Pennzoil Auto.

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